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Buster Keaton: Volume 2 (Steamboat Bill Jr./Convict 13/Daydreams)

Comedy genius Buster Keaton features in this compilation of two one reel shorts and a feature-length classic. They are; "Steamboat Bill Jnr." (1928, 69 mins), "Convict 13" (1920, 20 mins) and "Daydreams" (1922, 22 mins).

Year: 1928
Genre: Comedy, Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Director: Anon
Starring: Buster Keaton
Duration: 111 Minutes
Rating: G
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Location in store: Classic Slapstick

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