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Document author(s):
Raymond Rohauer
Document source:
Raymond Rohauer
Document language:
English
Document type:
filmography
Number of pages:
16
Document name subject:
Roscoe Arbuckle and Buster Keaton
Document contains:
bibliography, box info, and cost info
Related films:
  • The butcher boy — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1917
  • A country hero — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1917
  • Oh Doctor! — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1917
  • Coney Island — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1917
  • The rough house — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1917
  • His wedding night — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1917
  • A reckless Romeo — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1917
  • The bell boy — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1918
  • The cook — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1918
  • Good night, Nurse! — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1918
  • Moonshine — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1918
  • Out West — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1918
  • Back stage — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1919
  • The garage — Arbuckle, Roscoe — United States — 1919
  • One week — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1920
  • Convict 13 — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1920
  • The scarecrow — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1920
  • Neighbors — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1920
  • The playhouse — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1921
  • The haunted house — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1921
  • The goat — Keaton, Buster; St. Clair, Malcolm — United States — 1921
  • The boat — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1921
  • The paleface — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1921
  • The 'high sign' — Cline, Edward F.; Keaton, Buster — United States — 1921
  • The blacksmith — Keaton, Buster; St. Clair, Malcolm — United States — 1922
  • My wife's relations — Keaton, Buster; St. Clair, Malcolm — United States — 1922
  • The frozen north — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1922
  • Day dreams — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1922
  • The electric house — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1922
  • Cops — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1922
  • The balloonatic — Keaton, Buster; Cline, Edward F. — United States — 1923
  • The wedding night — Vidor, King — United States — 1935
Film country(ies):
United States
Film language(s):
English
Film production company:
Buster Keaton Productions Inc., Comique Film Company Inc., First National Pictures, Inc., Metro Pictures Corporation, Paramount Pictures, Paramount-Arbuckle, Samuel Goldwyn, Inc., and United Artists Corporation
Film genre(s):
Comedy, Drama, Feature, Police, Prison, Romance, Short, and Western
Film subject(s):
  • Adultery -- Drama
  • Assassins -- Drama
  • Automobile repair shops -- Drama
  • Bellhops -- Drama
  • Blacksmiths -- Drama
  • Boating accidents -- Drama
  • Boats and boating -- Drama
  • Coney Island (New York, N.Y.) -- Drama
  • Distillation apparatus -- Taxation -- Drama
  • Distilling, Illicit -- Southern States -- Drama
  • Family life -- United States -- Drama
  • Fire stations -- Drama
  • Fugitives from justice -- United States -- Drama
  • Hospitals -- Drama
  • Hot air balloons -- Drama
  • Indians of North America -- Drama
  • Man-woman relationships -- Drama
  • Organized crime -- Drama
  • Parades -- United States -- Drama
  • Physicians -- Drama
  • Police -- United States -- Drama
  • Resorts -- Drama
  • Social conflict -- Drama
  • Tenement houses -- United States -- Drama
  • Theater -- Drama
  • Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Drama
  • Vaudeville -- Drama
  • Western films -- Drama
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