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Action and Adventure, Comedy, Romance, Short Films, Silent
Buster Keaton, along with Charlie Chaplin and Harold Lloyd, was one of the great comedians of the silent era and his lack of sentimentality, economy of style and consistent deadpan expression (he was nicknamed 'The Great Stone Face') give him a uniquely timeless quality. His films were also characterised by virtuoso set-piece sequences and incredible stunts that, amazingly, were all performed by Keaton and achieved without any camera trickery, and this collection of 32 of his short films is a fine testament to his genius. This boxed-set, released in 2007, spans the period 1917 to 1923.
Collection of comic sketches from the legendary double-act, with the main segment seeing them study at Oxford University!
5–11 years 195 mins
Comedy from French film director Jacques Tati, about a man who is baffled by his sister's state-of-the-art home, and mourns the loss of tradition.
7+ years 103 mins
A shy type is left his grandpa's fortune only on the condition he's married by his birthday, in this classic from silent comedy legend Buster Keaton.
7+ years 56 mins
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Reading time 6 mins
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No. of films37
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No. of films34
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