Free And Easy (1930) - (Movie Clip) Elmer Butts
The train station send-off for "Miss Gopher City" (Anita Page), her mother (Trixie Friganza), and Buster Keaton, (as bumbling manager "Elmer"), barely uttering his first on-screen lines, in Free And Easy, 1930.
Free and Easy - The Sween Quooned -- (Movie Clip)
Director Fred Niblo shows Buster Keaton how to make an entrance in Free and Easy (1930), Keaton's first starring talkie.
Free And Easy (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Act!
Small-town talent agent Elmer (Buster Keaton) loose on the movie lot, fouling a stunt scene with Karl Dane and Dorothy Sebastian, then a bedroom clash with John Miljan and Gwen Lee, "directed" by Lionel Barrymore, in Free And Easy, 1930.
Free And Easy (1930) -- (Movie Clip) I Broke My Autograph
Bumbling manager Elmer (Buster Keaton) has got "Miss Gopher City" (Anita Page) and her "Ma" (Trixie Friganza) to their Hollywood premiere, cameos from MGM's Jackie Coogan and William Haines ensuing, in Keaton's first talkie, Free And Easy, 1930.
Buster Keaton Collection DVD - (TCM Promo)
TCM presents a 2-Disc special collection containing silent film genius Buster Keaton's greatest work.