Lost Keaton

Lost Keaton

Sixteen Comedy Shorts, 1934-37

DVD - 2010
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In 1934, Keaton signed a contract with Earle W. Hammons' Educational Pictures, which specialized in comedy short subjects. This move was a return to his roots, crafting a stream of two-reel comedies in rapid succession, as he had done in the early 1920s, when he first refined his cinematic craft. Contains all sixteen films made at Educational Pictures.
Publisher: New York : Kino, 2010
Description: 2 videodiscs (306 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in
Branch Call Number: DVD Lost

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aqiva
Oct 23, 2013

Inaccessible for hearing impaired SPL patrons. (True to form for KINO as they specialize in reissuing classic movies in DVD yet they frequently do not bother w/ adding closed-captions). The 16 shorts in the Keaton anthology are all 'talkies.'

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