Buster Keaton: A Hard Act to Follow was produced for Thames Television in 1987 as a 3-part biography of the groundbreaking silent era comedian.
In the space of ten years Buster Keaton made his way to becoming one of the Silent era's most remarkable comedians only to fall from grace when his now-acknowledged classic, The General, bombed at the box office and he found himself reduced to writing gags for the Marx Brothers and forcibly partnered up with lesser performers by the studios to whom he was contracted.
This award-winning documentary makes extensive use of Keaton's own words, taken from various radio and television interviews. Clips from Keaton's movies are taken from the best available sources (though without the benefit of modern digital remastering techniques), and clips from Keaton's silent films are shown at their original speed. Keaton's widow Eleanor and his business associate Raymond Rohauer worked closely with Brownlow and Gill in the production, and appear in the documentary.
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