Synopsis by Steve Blackburn
Their styles were distinctly different, but both utilized split-second timing to great comic effect. During the 1920s, legendary comic artists Charlie Chaplin (aka "The Little Tramp") and the unsmiling Buster Keaton (aka "The Great Stoneface") produced their greatest works. This compilation video features sequences from various comedies of silent film artists Keaton and Chaplin, as well as from Laurel and Hardy, W.C. Fields, Our Gang Kids, and other comedic stars of the 1930s.
comedy, film-clips, filmmaker, retrospective, sketch-comedy