Buster Keaton's career as a performer and director is widely regarded to be among the most innovative and important work in the history of cinema. Our Hospitality: Directed produced written by and starring Buster Keaton. Full of brilliant sight gags and featuring a most memorable and hilarious train journey in an 1831-vintage Stephenson Rocket. Sherlock Jr.: The story of a movie projectionist who is accused of stealing his girlfriend's father's watch. He falls asleep on the job and dreams that he is Sherlock Holmes solving the case. This film features the incredible... physical comedy and stunts for which Keaton is famous. [show more]
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A double bill of classic silent comedy. 'Our Hospitality' (1923) sees Buster Keaton as the last surviving member of the McCoy family, sending up the famous Hatfield-McCoy feud. Trouble is inevitable when he falls in love with a Hatfield (Natalie Talmadge, his real-life girlfriend). The film also features train and chase sequences, as well as the famous rescue atop a high waterfall. In 'Sherlock Junior' (1923) Keaton plays a projectionist who, accused of stealing a watch, dreams of becoming a detective and clearing his name. His thoughts are so powerful that he dreams himself right onto the screen, merging with the characters in the movies he shows.