Lost Keaton: Sixteen Comedy Shorts 1934-37
Following his 1933 firing from MGM, Buster Keaton signed with B-studio Educational Pictures and starred in a series of short films before the company folded. All 16 Educational two-reelers--including "The Gold Ghost" (1934); "Palooka From Paducah" (1935), which co-starred his parents and sister; the Mack Sennett-directed "The Timid Young Man" (1935); "Grand Slam Opera" (1936); and "Love Nest On Wheels" (1937)--are featured in a two-disc set. 5 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English; photo gallery; more.
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