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Austin over 6 years ago
Buster Keaton was an incredible filmmaker, this represents the best of his work.
Jim Barton over 6 years ago
Keaton was a genius and this was his masterpiece.
Grant davies almost 7 years ago
classic. 9/10
Kraig Brachman 7 years ago
This is Buster Keaton personified. This is cinema at it's best. Action, Love, and Brains.
Amal Hecgth almost 8 years ago
Pure Classic. seek for the 720p ver. to fully enjoy it :)
Stephen Jones almost 8 years ago
Keaton's silent physical comedy /adventure/romance. It held my 10-yr old son's interest.
Dominic Dirupo 8 years ago
Clever and physical laughs throughout. Much much better than The Artist
Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
Annalisa Schettino over 2 years ago
Matteo Satta over 2 years ago
Robert Schwarz over 2 years ago
Jennifer Kaiser almost 3 years ago
Andrew Dennison over 4 years ago
Nat Voisey over 4 years ago
lunamoth 5 years ago
Josh Boggs 5 years ago
Jeremy almost 6 years ago
Omar Leal over 6 years ago
Rob Thompson over 6 years ago
The General is a 1926 American silent comedy film released by United Artists inspired by the Great Locomotive Chase, which happened in 1862. Buster Keaton starred in the film and co-directed it with Clyde Bruckman. It was adapted by Al Boasberg, Bruckman, Keaton, Charles Henry Smith (uncredited) and Paul Girard Smith (uncredited) from the memoir The Great Locomotive Chase by William Pittenger. The film, an adventure-epic classic made toward the end of the silent era, received both poor reviews by critics (it was considered tedious and disappointing) and weak box-office results (about a half million dollars domestically, and approximately one million worldwide) at its original release, but is now considered by critics as one of the greatest films ever made. However, because of its huge budget ($750,000 supplied by Metro chief Joseph Schenck) and poor box office, Keaton lost his independence as a film-maker and was forced into a restrictive deal with MGM. Western & Atlantic Railroad...
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