Buster Keaton, MGM Backlot, 1965
© Lawrence Schiller

Buster Keaton, MGM Backlot, 1965

By Lawrence Schiller
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Film actor and director Buster Keaton on the MGM back lot in 1965 - a year before he passed away from lung cancer. Keaton's trademark was physical comedy with a stoic, deadpan expression, earning him the nickname "The Great Stone Face." His career as a performer and director is widely regarded to be among the most innovative and important in the history of cinema.

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Buster Keaton, MGM Backlot, 1965
Buster Keaton, MGM Backlot, 1965