• ozduck

    I haven’t seen this cartoon for years but it was never a great favourite of mine. I preferred “Merry Melodies” to the Disney output in the early years of sound cartoons.

    “Steamboat Bill” is far from the best of Keatons’ films, I have only watched it once or twice. But it has a very good “storm sequence” with the famous scene of the window of the falling building frontage passing over Buster Keaton – probably replayed more than his scenes from “The General”.

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  • BurgundySuit

    Wanna be as cool as Gillian? Then sign up for Year of the Month (from an idea by Elizabeth Lerner)!

    Here’s some of your possible topics:
    https://letterboxd.com/films/year/1928/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1928_in_literature
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1928_in_music
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1928_in_art

    And here’s what we’ve already got on the docket!
    NO DATE: Son of Griff: Show People

    Jan 15th: Joseph Finn: All Quiet on the Western Front
    Jan 20th: Conor Malcolm Crockford: Steamboat Bill Jr.
    Jan 28th: The Ploughman: The Circus
    Jan 30th: Miller: Decline and Fall
    Jan 31st: ZoeZ: Ashenden

    And coming in February, we’ll be moving on to 1983!

    https://letterboxd.com/films/year/1983/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1983_in_literature
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1983_in_music

    NO DATE: Wallflower: Soundtracking – Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence

    Feb 1st: BurgundySuit: El Sur
    Feb 6th: Jacob Thomas Klemmer: King of Comedy
    Feb 8th: Gillianren: Will Lee (Mr. Hooper)
    Feb 19th: Balthazar Bee: Psycho II
    Feb 20th: Jacob Thomas Klemmer: Local Hero
    Feb 28th: BurgundySuit: Chartbusting!

    • John Bruni

      I’d like to do Feb. 15th: Randy Newman, Trouble in Paradise

  • mazzarak

    I haven’t seen this cartoon for years but it was never a great favourite of mine. I preferred “Merry Melodies” to the Disney output in the early years of sound cartoons.”Steamboat Bill” is far from the best of Keatons’ films, I have only watched it once or twice. But it has a very good “storm sequence” with the famous scene of the window of the falling building frontage passing over Buster Keaton – probably replayed more than his scenes from “The General”