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The Navigator(1924)

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  • Silent Comedy Is Unique

    • disinterested spectator
    • 6/12/14

    This movie makes you realize that there are certain kinds of humor that are appropriate only in a silent movie. It is not that it would be impossible to duplicate the crazy physical humor of "The Navigator" in a movie made today, but the sound would interfere with and distract us from the visuals. In other words, this movie provides funny scenes that are all the more funny because we are no longer used to this sort of thing.

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    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/5/11

    ***1/2

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    • James Higgins
    • 3/25/10

    This certainly ranks among Buster Keaton's best, that dead pan look of his is priceless and his physical form of comedy is ingenious. His comic timing is brilliant. He says more in his face than most actors today do with their face and voices. It's a very funny story with dozens of very memorable comic scenes. A true classic.

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