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The Story of Film: An Odyssey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

If anyone has not yet had the pleasure, I highly recommend checking out Mark Cousins’ 12-Part documentary series The Story of Film: An Odyssey. For you Buster-philes, he covers Keaton’s career in some great detail as part of Episode Two (linked above), but overall it’s a very enthralling series. 

Find it on Netflix or the Internets, it’s definitely worth checking out. :-)

In portraits, though supremely photogenic, he doesn’t give himself to the camera the way Garbo did. It is here, not in his lucidly expressive film acting, that his face functions as a mask. He looks like what Orson Welles called him, “a man of secrets”.

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Buster Keaton and Al St. John in His Wedding Night (1917)

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Harold Lloyd in By the Sad Sea Waves (1917) & Buster Keaton in Coney Island (1917)

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Steamboat Bill Jr, 1928.


The Cameraman (1928)

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Buster Keaton in 1921’s Hard Luck.

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1920’s Buster Keaton

I always want the audience to out-guess me, and then I double-cross them.

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Buster Keaton in The Playhouse (1921)

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