Buster Keaton in The General
  • October 4, 1895
  • Piqua, Kansas
  • Male
  • American

Buster Keaton

Biography

Buster Keaton is best known for his silent films, in which his trademark was physical comedy with a consistently stoic, deadpan expression that earned him the nickname "The Great Stone Face" Many of Keaton's films from the 1920s remain highly regarded, such as Sherlock Jr. (1924), The General (1926), and The Cameraman (1928), with The General widely viewed as his masterpiece (cc by-sa wikipedia)

Filmography

Movie NameRelease Date
The Scarecrow December 22, 1920
The Boat November 10, 1921
Spite Marriage April 6, 1929
The Cameraman September 22, 1928
Seven Chances March 15, 1925
The Navigator October 13, 1924
Three Ages September 24, 1923
Our Hospitality November 19, 1923
Cops March 11, 1922
The Play House October 6, 1921
One Week September 1, 1920
Steamboat Bill, Jr. May 20, 1928
Sherlock Jr. May 11, 1924