This collection of interviews with one of the most iconic stars of Hollywood's silent and early sound eras
- Includes interviews with such luminaries as Studs Terkel, Rex Reed, Penelope Gilliat, and a long interview with film scholar Kevin Brownlow
- Includes interviews from 1921 to 1965, covering the breadth of Keaton's career
- Features a French interview that has never before appeared in English
- Expands the Conversations with Filmmakers Series --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Interviews with one of the most iconic stars of Hollywood's silent and early sound erasSee all Editorial Reviews
This is an indispensable book if you love Buster Keaton. These interviews capture the character of the wonderful one-of-a-kind comedian, even more than his ghost-penned... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thom Mark Shepard
A rare treat, a Silent comedian in his own words. And all the rarer for this is one of the shyest and introverted people to come out of Hollywood, great Buster Keaton. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mr. Spooky