The Cameraman double featured with Man With A Movie Camera

Dec 9 to Dec 10
Saturday and Sunday 1pm ONLY!

Buster Keaton & Edward Sedgwick - 1928 - 78m - ALL SEATS JUST $5


Oscar-honoree Buster Keaton ("The General") stars in this silent comedy about a photographer who takes up newsreel shooting to impress a beautiful office worker, played by Marceline Day ("The Telegraph Trail"). After several attempts to impress the movie queen, Keaton's character finds himself in the middle of a major news story. Remade in 1951 as "Watch the Birdie," starring Red Skelton. 

“Keaton's last great comedy.” - Ken Hanke, Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

“The Cameraman gave Buster one of his best roles and he filled it with one of his most touching and fleshed-out performances, using mostly his intense eyes.” - Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid

“One of Keaton's most impressively self-reflective films and an ode to the unexpected and elusive lightening-in-a-bottle nature of filmmaking.” - Eric Henderson, Slant Magazine

“…the old Keaton magic could not be entirely dampened by the studio's dictums, and The Cameraman includes a number of very funny bits.” - John J. Puccio

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