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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Art Of Buster Keaton On DVD

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Actor :    Buster Keaton, Kathryn McGuire, Ruth Dwyer, T. Roy Barnes, Snitz Edwards
Director: Buster Keaton, Charles Lamont, Charles Reisner, Clyde Bruckman, Donald Crisp
Genre:     Silents
Year:        N/A
Studio:    Kino Lorber films
Length:     1324
Released:  May 10, 2005
Rating:      Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:      DVD
Misc:          NTSC, Black & White
Language: English
subtitles:  N/A





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Buster Keaton was arguably the cinema's first modernist, an old-fashioned romantic with a 20th-century mind behind a deadpan visage. His films brim with some of the most breathtaking stunts and ingenious gags ever put on film, all perfectly engineered to look effortless. And, as Kino's magnificent 11-disc boxed set The Art of Buster Keaton conclusively shows, they are among the funniest ever made. Keaton warped gags until they left the plane of reality in such shorts as The Playhouse (1921) and The Frozen North (1922), and takes a logic-defying leap into the very nature of cinema itself in his hilarious Sherlock Jr. (1924). He takes on the mechanical world with Rube Golberg ingenuity in The Navigator (1924) and perfects his match between man and massive machine in Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928), which features the funniest hurricane scene ever put to film, and The General (1927), one of the greatest comedies of all time.

In addition to the previously released 11 features and 19 shorts from the peak of Keaton's career, this set boasts the exclusive Keaton Plus, a collection of rarities and tributes. The greatest find is the long-lost ending to Hard Luck (1921), now restored to complete the film's final inspired gag. Other highlights include newly discovered scenes from Daydreams (1922) and The Love Nest(1923), entertaining excerpts from Keaton's 1951 TV show Life with Buster Keaton (he's still got it!), and his rare dramatic turn in the 1954 television play The Awakening--Sean Axmaker



Product Description


An 11-Disc Box Set. More than just a silent comedian known for his pratfalls and clever mimicry, Buster Keaton was an unqualified genius of the American cinema. These DVDs present his works, displaying his extraordinary talents as actor and filmmaker alike.






Special Features





  • Includes 10 features and 19 shorts

  • Bonus disc Keaton Plus includes over three hours of rare Keaton material: the complete Hard Luck, two complete educational shorts ("Jail Bait" and "Allez Oop"), Keaton's '50s TV show, photo gallery, Keaton home movies, and more















































































































































































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Actor :    Buster Keaton, Kathryn McGuire, Ruth Dwyer, T. Roy Barnes, Snitz Edwards
Director: Buster Keaton, Charles Lamont, Charles Reisner, Clyde Bruckman, Donald Crisp
Genre:     Silents
Year:        N/A
Studio:    Kino Lorber films
Length:     1324
Released:  May 10, 2005
Rating:      Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:      DVD
Misc:          NTSC, Black & White
Language: English
subtitles:  N/A


DESCRIPTION:

Buster Keaton was arguably the cinema's first modernist, an old-fashioned romantic with a 20th-century mind behind a deadpan visage. His films brim with some of the most breathtaking stunts and ingenious gags ever put on film, all perfectly engineered to look effortless. And, as Kino's magnificent 11-disc boxed set The Art of Buster Keaton conclusively shows, they are among the funniest ever made. Keaton warped gags until they left the plane of reality in such shorts as The Playhouse (1921) and The Frozen North (1922), and takes a logic-defying leap into the very nature of cinema itself in his hilarious Sherlock Jr. (1924). He takes on the mechanical world with Rube Golberg ingenuity in The Navigator (1924) and perfects his match between man and massive machine in Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928), which features the funniest hurricane scene ever put to film, and The General (1927), one of the greatest comedies of all time.

In addition to the previously released 11 features and 19 shorts from the peak of Keaton's career, this set boasts the exclusive Keaton Plus, a collection of rarities and tributes. The greatest find is the long-lost ending to Hard Luck (1921), now restored to complete the film's final inspired gag. Other highlights include newly discovered scenes from Daydreams (1922) and The Love Nest(1923), entertaining excerpts from Keaton's 1951 TV show Life with Buster Keaton (he's still got it!), and his rare dramatic turn in the 1954 television play The Awakening--Sean Axmaker

Product Description

An 11-Disc Box Set. More than just a silent comedian known for his pratfalls and clever mimicry, Buster Keaton was an unqualified genius of the American cinema. These DVDs present his works, displaying his extraordinary talents as actor and filmmaker alike.


Special Features

  • Includes 10 features and 19 shorts
  • Bonus disc Keaton Plus includes over three hours of rare Keaton material: the complete Hard Luck, two complete educational shorts ("Jail Bait" and "Allez Oop"), Keaton's '50s TV show, photo gallery, Keaton home movies, and more

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