I’m reblogging this for three reasons.
1) I can’t get this photo off my mind. For me, it speaks to the continuity of genius.
2) That damn cigarette in his mouth (I hate that cigarettes are sexy).
3) His hands.
And the fact that the film was HIGHLY FLAMMABLE! Geez Buster!
It’s ridiculous that I know where this cropped and rotated image is from.
Buster Keaton - The Bell Boy (1918)
Buster Keaton in Parlor, Bedroom and Bath, 1931
this is painfully beautiful
Buster Keaton and Marceline Day in The Cameraman, 1928.