Here is another classic film music video I’ve put together based on the song “Blind” by Lifehouse.
This post is part of Seventh Annual Buster Keaton Blogathon hosted by Silent-ology. Hello again! I like to give a big “Thank you!” to Leah for hosting the blogathon for another year! Now, I know most Buster Keaton fans try to overlook his first talkie, Free and Easy (1930), as it marks the handover ofContinue reading “Free and Easy”
Hello, everyone! As you have probably noticed, I have not been posting the usual “Sunday Funnies” or “Elizabeth’s Thoughts” lately. That is entirely due to a decision of mine to take a little break in preparation of the blog’s biggest event of the year: Silentology’s Buster Keaton Blogathon! So bear with me a little longerContinue reading “Sorry for the Break”
October 4th, 1895 – February 1st, 1966 Words are not enough to describe such a man as Buster. After God created Him, He truly broke the mold, and I am forever thankful to Him for making such an amazing man who made all our lives a little brighter!
After much thought, hard thought I might add given such wonderful suggestions, I have finally chosen a title for my pastel sketch above! And now without further adieu… Thank you all for such fun contributions! This was quite the challenging decision, but “If You Teach a Keaton to Fish” he will probably fish all day,Continue reading “Announcing the Title”
https://silentology.wordpress.com/2021/01/13/announcing-the-seventh-annual-buster-keaton-blogathon/ Silentology’s hosting it’s seventh run of the Buster Keaton Blogathon and personally, I can’t wait to see the wonderful posts this year has to offer! We still have awhile to prepare, seeing as it starts on March 22nd and runs through to the 23rd, but it’s never too early to start gathering ideas! SoContinue reading “Awaiting the Seventh Annual Buster Blogathon”
I am in the habit of watching old movies while falling asleep, and I am always looking for ones I have yet to watch, especially lesser known Buster talkies. Last night I stumbled across “San Diego, I Love You” and while the film over all was not too enjoyable I was blessed with this littleContinue reading “The Sweetest Smile”
Sorry for the zooming it requires to read this, but I couldn’t pass a gem like this up! It seems to be a British comic series featuring my favorite little man! I wonder if Buster ever read it himself. 😊
Here is a list of the most memorable silent film stars for IMDb. Which one holds the title of most attractive in your eyes? And, yes, I voted for Buster 🙂 .