Buster Keaton

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United States comedian and actor in silent films noted for his acrobatic skills and deadpan face (1895-1966)

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Regarding his memories of seeing Buster Keaton's The General on the big screen, aged 13, Paul says: "I was just knocked out by the fact this film was funny and it was 50 years old at that point.
BACK in 1978, Buster Keaton's granddaughter was the unlikely star of one of the most reviled horror movies ever made.
James Mason, our local film star, bought Buster Keaton's house.
BUSTER Keaton's classic silent comedy movie The General is to be screened at Wolverhampton next week to raise money for charity.
Her stage persona conjures a mix of postmodern movement sensibility with Carol Burnett's deadpan wit and Buster Keaton's physical humor.
A real treat in store tonight as The Harmonie Band perform live music to Buster Keaton's The General and One Week at Warwick Arts Centre and again at the MAC on Saturday
The squiggliness of the "not-straight" lines adds to the tongue-in-cheek quality of this work, which makes me think of Buster Keaton's deadpan earnestness.
Silent Movie/Music Silent Sundays: Buster Keaton's "The General'' with live piano accompaniment by Nat Needle, 5:30 p.m.; Andy Cummings, 8:30 p.m.