Plays Sunday, March 1 at 1:30 PM at the Michigan!
Buster Keaton double-feature with live organ accompaniment from Andrew Rogers!
1920/1928. Silent Comedy. 25 min/78 min. NR.
In One Week, the first film to be released and produced by Keaton on his own, Buster Keaton and Sybil Seeley star as newlyweds who receive a portable house as a wedding gift. But when he tries to construct it, things quickly go awry as he doesn’t notice that a scorned suitor has re-numbered the instructed boxes.
In The Cameraman, Keaton’s first film with MGM and one of the last of his “classic” era, Keaton plays an aspiring newsreel cameraman who falls in love with an office girl and tries to impress her by getting the scoop on a gang war. Instead he finds himself in the midst of a terrible gunfight.
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