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Buster Keaton, Sidewalks of New York (M-G-M, 1931), photo by George Hurrell

Buster Keaton camera negatives from Sidewalks of New York by George Hurrell.

Buster Keaton - sein Sohn Joe (Joseph) Talmadge Keaton : Foto di attualitàs

Buster Keaton - sein Sohn Joe (Joseph) Talmadge Keaton : Foto di attualitàs

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Without the trade-mark thin hat and funny expression he looks dashing rather than zany.

Buster with Big Joe Roberts, friend from Buster's childhood summers at the Actors Colony in Bluffton, MI

Big Joe Robert's begins his run as Buster's heavy - Convict 13 1920

Buster Venice. September 1965

September 1965 Buster and Eleanor Keaton “found on The Buster Keaton Appreciation Society ( Allie E.

Early 1920s. Two items - a printed fan letter from Arbuckle selecting Keaton as a "worthy successor" to his 2-reel comedies (Roscoe going on to features), and a 5"x7" b&w photo portrait of Buster.

Early Two items - a printed fan letter from Arbuckle selecting Keaton as a "worthy successor" to his comedies (Roscoe going on to features), and a b&w photo portrait of Buster.

Buster Keaton. “One who never smiled, carried a face as still and sad as a daguerreotype through some of the most preposterously ingenious and visually satisfying comedy ever invented. That was Buster Keaton.” James Agee,

Buster Keaton: “One who never smiled, carried a face as still and sad as a daguerreotype through some of the most preposterously ingenious and visually satisfying comedy ever invented. That was Buster Keaton.

American silent screen comedian and actor Buster Keaton with fellow comedians Jimmy Durante - Stan Laurel - and Oliver Hardy -

Eleanor  and Buster traveling to Canada where Buster will film The Railrodder 1964

Eleanor and Buster traveling to Canada where Buster will film The Railrodder 1964

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