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Buster Keaton’s marriage

Natalie and Buster Keaton - marriage
Buster Keaton’s Marriage — Only Three Weeks – by Willis Goldbeck, originally published in Motion Picture, October 1921 “Silence is of the gods; only monkeys chatter.” I sat once in a famous theater in the London Haymarket, and heard that proverb drip from the oily tongue of an aged...
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Buster Keaton tumbling to fame

Portrait of Buster Keaton, the great stone face, in his trademark hat
Tumbling to Fame, by Malcolm H. Oettinger — originally published in Picture-Play Magazine, December 1920 If you’re a “big-time” vaudeville devotee you’ll remember “The Three Keatons.” You may not remember the name, but, if you ever saw them, you couldn’t forget the big comedy Irishman who used to...
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Buster Keaton Bursts Into Stardom, by Grace Kingsley

Buster Keaton and dog
Buster Keaton Bursts Into Stardom, by Grace Kingsley — originally published in the Los Angeles Times, May 16, 1920 “I gotta do some sad scenes. Why, I never tried to make anybody cry in my life! And I go ’round all the time dolled up in kippie clothes–wear everything...
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