Lost Keaton: Sixteen Comedy Shorts 1934-37Director: Al Christie, Charles Lamont, Mack Sennett, Raymond Kane
This box set from the Kino label brings into a single package an array of two-reel comedy shorts by Buster Keaton that the comic made after his star had slightly fallen. Following a series of enormous personal setbacks, he signed a contract in 1934 with Earle W. Hammons's Educational Pictures, a production house specializing in comedic shorts similar to those produced
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