Prisoner - 'LuLu' (uncredited)
The Forgotten Man
Blacksmith's Assistant (as 'Buster' Keaton)
The Young Man (as 'Buster' Keaton)
The Boat Builder (as 'Buster' Keaton)
The Play House
Audience / Orchestra / Mr. Brown - First Minstrel / ... (as 'Buster' Keaton)
Golfer Turned Prisoner, Guard
Sheriff / Saloon Owner
Rival / Cop with Moustache (uncredited)
Simon Pure beer
8 Biographical Movies |
27 Print Biographies |
3 Portrayals |
36 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 5" (1.65 m)
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[on why he did all his own stunts] Stuntmen don't get laughs.
He was already quite sick with the cancer that would eventually kill him by the time he made his last completed film, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
(1966). He used a stunt double in this film, as well as most of the films he made as an MGM contract player. Before signing with MGM in 1928, he had performed all of his own stunts, and even doubled for cast members in his own films, ...
Used the camera to help comedy, e.g. to create effect of rocking boat in beginning of The Boat
The Great Stone Face