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)
(1960s) TV commercials: Simon Pure beer
9 Biographical Movies |
27 Print Biographies |
3 Portrayals |
37 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 5" (1.65 m)
Did You Know?
Dumb show is best for screen people, if they must appear in public.
Contributed gags (uncredited) to the Red Skelton
film A Southern Yankee
(1948). No one could figure out a simple, yet funny way to get Aubrey out of the house when he was being held captive by the angry dog. Buster, employed by MGM as a roving gag man, was called to the set, looked at the set up, and came up with the idea of removing the door hinges and letting the dog in as Aubrey got out. The ...
Pork pie hat, slapshoes, deadpan expression