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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Temporary Posting: Entertainment Diversions - 4 of Buster Keaton's Classics

The Three Ages (1923)  Buster Keaton spoof love in the mythical Stone Age, during Roman Times, and during the 1923 modern times.   Much has changed in technology since this film was made 90 years ago, and it is important that we remember that while technology changes, human nature fundamentally remains the same.   -- Silent Classic.

Sherlock Jr. (1924)  Buster plays a movie projection operator who dreams himself into the mystery movie he's overseeing at the Theater.  Given a modern music accompaniment that was recorded in Toronto, Canada in 2010.  -- Silent Classic.

Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928)  Buster shows up to find his long absent father, and seemingly proves to be nothing but an embarrassment from the start.  -- Silent Classic.     

Doughboys (1930)  About a rich guy who accidentally joins the Army and goes off to World War I France. 

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