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The Cameraman(1928)

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  • Monkey Business

    • Oliver Cutshaw
    • 10/16/12

    Wonderful film comedy, made near the end of the silent era. As the reviewers often say, this is a cut below Keaton's best but still excellent. I have to admit I love watching this movie in part because of the monkey. Keaton and the monkey work so well together. The scenes with the monkey cranking the camera are fantastic.Though not the classic work of Keaton worth a viewing by any fan of film comedy or silent films.

  • KEATON AT HIS BEST!

    • LAD18
    • 12/29/09

    Definitely one of Keaton's best.He was the Jackie Chan of his generation doing his own stunts.The on location scenes in New York City were great, especially the ones in the old Yankee Stadium during the Babe Ruth era. His slapstick routines put the Three Stooges antics to shame. I really enjoyed it.

  • The Cameraman (1928)

    • Jay
    • 6/28/09

    Buster Keaton is a brilliant comedian, and The Cameraman is among his best. It is very funny, his physical humor, body language and facial expressions are ingenious. An extremely rewarding film to watch, pure genius.

  • CLASSIC KEATON!

    • Brenda
    • 1/19/09

    Hilarious! This is a very funny movie. Even with the non-stop slap-stick comedy, there IS a story, and it is a funny one! I highly recommend this, and ALL of Buster Keaton's movies to everyone who enjoys comedy.

  • Cracked me up!

    • Nancy
    • 12/19/07

    this movie is hysterical. I watched it with my seven year old son, and my son couldn't believe a movie could be so funny with no sound. I loved this movie. It made me laugh.

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