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Buster Keaton: So Funny It Hurt! (2004)

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  • A Real Buster of a Comedian

    • Bark
    • 10/17/11

    Always liked Buster's work for his skill as a performer, acrobat. He is total perfection in his physical comedy. He earned his acclaim. Unfortunately, he took the second guessing of movie moguls to heart. Too bad someone didn't pick up the slack to help foster his given talents, rather than demoting him. Whatever his personal problems, let no one forget his ability to make us laugh and cheer. Still stunned at how cruel it was to change the children's last name after taking and selling the home on him, too. Even if it was in Natalie's name, it was an awful slap since his career paid for it. No wonder so many kids get messed up with adults squabbling in public and private out of spite. You still rule, Buster! We miss your genius, but Jackie Chan and some other remember you in their work. God Bless.

  • An Inside Look at Buster Keaton -Documentary(2004)

    • nshepard
    • 10/17/11

    James Karen narrates the filmography of the great Joseph "Buster" Keaton. Heart breaking, uplifting gives wonderful insight into one of the original filmmakers who truly understood films useses, and their profound effects. Keaton shows why he was one of the greatest multitalented performers, directors, actors,and filmmakers of all time. Want to know film, then study Keaton and smile. 5 stars out of 5. Great pathos and comedy.

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