Explore The General, Silent Film, and more!

"The General": Buster Keaton and Marion Mack

"The General": Buster Keaton and Marion Mack

The General with Marion Mack

Buster Keaton and Marion Mack, “The General”

Buster Keaton prepares to punch a man kissing Marion Byron in a publicity portrait for the film 'Steamboat Bill, Jr.', 1928.

Buster Keaton prepares to punch a man kissing Marion Byron in a publicity portrait for the film 'Steamboat Bill, Jr.

The Cameraman publicity still, 1928 - Buster Keaton

The Cameraman publicity still, 1928 - Buster Keaton

Virginia Fox in her first film with Buster - Neighbors 1920

Virginia Fox in her first film with Buster - Neighbors 1920

Buster Keaton "Collage" 1927

Buster Keaton "Collage" 1927

Buster Keaton sitting on the wreckage of the "Texas" - for his film, "The General," Buster wrecked an entire train engine in what was the most expensive scene in silent cinema.

Buster Keaton sitting on the wreckage of the "Texas" - for his film, "The General," Buster wrecked an entire train engine in what was the most expensive scene in silent cinema.

Pinterest
Search