Just had this emailed to me...
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Buster Keaton is one of the trio of great comedy geniuses that the silent era produced and along with Charlie Chaplin and Harold Lloyd can still be considered one of the great comics of all time. Buster starred in both features and shorts and as proof of his enduring popularity his 1927 masterpiece The General was voted number 18 on the AFI-Top 100 Funniest films of all time in June 2000.
Buster has profound things to say about man and modern life and he is famous for his high-speed timing and inventiveness which have never been surpassed in the history of cinema. His films remain today as fresh, modern and as wonderfully funny as when they were made.
The Haunted House
My Wifes Relations
The Frozen North
The Electric House
The Love Nest
The Three Ages
Our Hospitality (Thames Silent Version)
The General (Thames Silent Version)
Steamboat Bill Jr.
The Great Stone Face (1968 documentary)