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That's one thing you'll notice over and over - whenever anyone was in need, Keaton would always come through with a job when he could.
Some of the shorts are good by Educational standards but run-of-the-mill for Buster, with the humor more evident in the premise than in the gags themselves.
Without his relentless dedication to Keaton and his films we may never have had the film product to examine to the extent we have it today.
Great collection of a true pioneer..............these shorts are still a marvel to viewPublished 7 months ago by Kevin Morrissey
These sound shorts for poverty row Educational Pictures ("The Spice of the Program") was Keaton climbing out of the abyss of being dropped by MGM and a decent into... Read morePublished 22 months ago by M BATEMAN-GRAHAM
Educational Pictures was the cheapest production house in town, so Buster Keaton had to make do with very limited resources when he made these sixteen shorts. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Arthur J. Munson
This was for my son for Christmas. He was ver happy to get it. Keaton is one of his favoritesPublished on January 27, 2013 by L. M. Lowes
Much has already been written about Buster Keaton's "decline" during the talkie era. What usually isn't mentioned is that while this tumultuous period chronicled Keaton's career... Read morePublished on November 6, 2012 by Randy E. Halford
I'm glad they finally put Buster's "Educational Pictures" on DVD. I've seen some really poor quality copies in the past. But these are much better, though not exactly perfect. Read morePublished on November 25, 2011 by gende
Imagine Busters silent films with sound, this is what you get! Some like One Run Elmer are practically silent through the whole film, Buster at his bestPublished on October 17, 2011 by Cinophile
While there's no Cops, The Goat or Neighbors in this "shorts" collection, I found Buster to be his usual comical self. Read morePublished on January 25, 2011 by KG74