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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Buster Keaton; Roscoe Arbuckle; John Coogan; Joseph M Schenck; Bret Wood; Comique Film Corp.; Paramount Pictures Corporation (1914-1927); Kino International Corporation.
|Language Note:||Silent with English intertitles and musical accompaniment.|
|Notes:||Title from cassette label.
Videocassette release of 5 motion pictures originally produced between 1917 and 1919.
|Credits:||Music composed and performed by The Alloy Orchestra.|
|Performer(s):||Cast: Buster Keaton, Roscoe Arbuckle, John Coogan.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (125 min.) : sd., col. tinted ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||The Bell boy (1918) --
The Butcher boy (1917) --
Out West (1918) --
Moonshine (1918) --
The Hayseed (1919).
|Other Titles:||Bell boy.
Arbuckle and Keaton.
Original Comique/Paramount shorts, 1917-1920
|Responsibility:||a Comique/Paramount release ; Kino International Corp. ; produced for video by Bret Wood ; producer, Joseph M. Schenck ; director, Roscoe Arbuckle.|
Butcher boy: Contains Arbuckle's famous "knife juggling" bit, Keaton's first film appearance in his classic "can of molasses" routine, and Arbuckle romping around in drag at an all girl private school.
Out West: Arbuckle's first attempt at movie parody, poking fun at the already cliched cowboy western. The film also contains some heavy racism.
Moonshine: A parody of Arbuckle's own freewheeling comedy style, filled with inside jokes. After defeating the hillbilly mountaineers, Arbuckle and Keaton conclude the film with a stinging parody of rival Charlie Chaplin's "losing the girl" pathos-type endings.
Hayseed: Notable for being the only Arbuckle Comique film in which Buster Keaton -- later known as "The Great Stone Face"--Does not either laugh or smile on screen. Also features the trick dance comedian John Coogan, child star Jackie Coogan's father.