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Silence is of the gods; monkeys chatter. - Buster Keaton

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busterness:

Another great behind-the-scenes shot of the filming of “The General.”  I love that “Buster Keaton” logo on the reflector!!  That’s a t-shirt waiting to happen!

busterness:

Another great behind-the-scenes shot of the filming of “The General.”  I love that “Buster Keaton” logo on the reflector!!  That’s a t-shirt waiting to happen!

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nogush:

so the reblog button does not work right now, at leat for me. so:

I got tagged by cheeseandbaconpotatoskins
Name: noga 
Nickname: nogush, I 
Birthday: 10th april 
Gender: Female 
Sexuality: bi 
Height: 5’4” 
Time zone: GMT (israel) 
What time and date is it there: 29/08/2014 —- 17:47 
Average…

Tagged by nogush …. Here we go:

Name: Tracy

Nickname: Tracy

Birthday: 9-9-59

Gender: Female

Sexuality: Straight

Height: 5’ 5” (Dang, I’m shrinking; I used to be 5’ 6”.)

Time Zone: Easter Standard, USA

Time and Date: 8-29-2014 at 4:37 pm

Average hours for sleeping: at least eight

This is the part where I’m supposed to tag people, but I’m terrible at tag, so any lovely follower that would like to carry on is more than welcome.

Cheers to you all!

T.

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The photos of Buster Keaton with the dogs puzzled me until I remembered the MGM Dogville Comedies. One called “All Quiet on the Canine Front” was made in 1930 (although IMDB has it listed for 1931) the same time as “Doughboys”. Jules White and Zion Myers were co-directors on the Dogville shorts and would later direct Keaton in 1931’s ”Sidewalks of New York” where they treated him like a dog. Although the film has funny moments, Buster was definitely unhappy on that set and dismissive of the movie.

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