Manic stunt work, elaborate sight gags and mind-boggling mechanical comedy are just some of Keaton's work featured in these movies. Known the world round as the 'Stone' face comedy actor, with charming moments of intimate humour flavoured with rich pathos, uniquely graceful and characteristically hilarious. 'That's Buster Keaton'
Go West (1924) A fascinating alternative to the manic stunt work and eleborate sight gags that distinguish the film of Buster Keaton. Go west offers a rare and satisfying glimpse of his talent for more expressive comedy: charming of intimate humor flavoured with rich pathos. Hard Luck (1921) Sight gags a galore, 'Hard Luck' (which Keaton named as his favourite short work) follows a suicidal Buster as he makes a final effort at fitting in with society at a swank country club. The Scarecrow (1920) One of Keaton's most mind-boggling mechanical comedies. 'The Scarecrow' follows two roommates vying for attention of a young Iady.