April 7, 1932 - KEATONS PATCH UP DIFFERENCE AFTER FOUR DAYS
Beverly Hills, April 6
Three phonograph records, sent by Buster Keaton, film comedian, to his wife, the former Natalie Talmadge, brought apparent harmony to the Keaton household to-day.
Mrs. Keaton, after an absence of four days, was living again with her husband following a period of disturbed domestic relations which, the film comedian said, resulted from his desire to “show who wears the trousers around the house.”
The first overture, made in the form of a phonograph record, You’ve Got Me Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, was sent by the comedian to his wife yesterday morning. A few hours later a second record entitled All of Me, was dispatched. That failing to bring results, Keaton said he sent a third. It was entitled Can’t We Talk It Over?. Mrs. Keaton appeared at her home shortly after receipt of that one.