Co-starred in a pilot for a proposed CBS sitcom called "Medicine Man" which also featured Ernie Kovacs
(Kovacs died a week after the pilot was completed).
8 Biographical Movies |
27 Print Biographies |
3 Portrayals |
9 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
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Half of our scenes, for God's sakes, we only just talked over. We didn't actually get out there and rehearse 'em. We would just walk through it and talk about it. We crank that first rehearsal. Because any thing can happen - and generally did... We used the rehearsal scenes instead of the second take.
The three top comedians in silent era Hollywood were Keaton, Charlie Chaplin (Charles Chaplin
) and Harold Lloyd
. All three comics produced, controlled and owned their own films. Keaton was convinced to sell his studio and films to MGM in the 1920s, while Chaplin and Lloyd retained ownership of their films. Chaplin and Lloyd became wealthy, while Keaton endured years of financial and personal ...
His films contain elaborate gadgets of his own devising