The Navigator

After buying a 500-foot ocean liner destined for the scrap heap, Buster and company created a story around it, with the comedian as a spoiled playboy who, along with a former girlfriend, are the sole occupants of a ship cast adrift on the ocean. Two additional shorts find Keaton in further maritime mayhem when he builds "The Boat" (1921, 22 mins) in his basement, and then is stuck on a shipload of scoundrels in "The Love Nest" (1923, 20 mins).

Year: 1924
Genre: Comedy, Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Director: Buster Keaton
Starring: Buster Keaton
Duration: 102 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Classic Slapstick



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