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Ray D. Glasser,
I have never understood why lovers of silent comedy have to divide into rival gangs. There are lovers of Chaplin, Lloyd and Keaton. I think that they're all extraordinary. This wonderful documentary about Buster Keaton proves that he has a place with the gods of laughter. I like that it has so many contemporary voices in it. I would recommend this to anyone, especially those becoming acquainted with Buster.
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