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Three Ages (1923) – reviewed by George

Buster Keaton starred in and directed this picture which features three identical stories, BUT set in three different ages, so the details are clever and original. “Love is the unchanging axis on which the World revolves. There is no better … Continue reading

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Buster Keaton in “Our Hospitality” (1923) – reviewed by George

The old-time feud between the McKays and the Canfields comes to an abrupt end in 1810 Virginia with a double murder. John McKay comes home in a huge storm and tells his wife that Jim Canfield has come to town … Continue reading

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“Seven Chances” (1925) – reviewed by George

“Seven Chances” is simply one of the funniest movies I’ve ever seen. It’s a black-and-white film, but the sequences at the start are in color: it’s summertime and Jimmie Shannon (Buster Keaton) and Mary Jones (Ruth Dwyer) are standing at … Continue reading

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