Buster Keaton

The Persistence of Comedy

Smith, Imogen Sara

Book - 2008
Buster Keaton
In vaudeville at four, at the peak of his fame while still in his twenties, Keaton was one of the most dazzling and enigmatic of the silent clowns. Examine his life and work on both side of the camera, explore controversies and unresolved questions, and ponder just why Keaton continues to fascinate us.

Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Gambit Publishing, c2008
ISBN: 0967591740
Characteristics: 279 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Alternate Title: Persistence of comedy


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