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Date of Birth : Oct 4th 1895

Known as “The Great Stone Face,” Keaton got big laughs out of his relentlessly blank expression in silent film comedies like The Saphead (1920), Sherlock, Jr. (1924), and his famous The General (1927). Keaton was one of silent film’s most famous comedians; his popularity waned in the 1930s, but he made a nostalgic flurry of films before his 1966 death.

Keaton was briefly a cryptographer with U.S. forces in France during World War I.


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Sunset Boulevard ( 1950 )

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Spite Marriage ( 1929 )

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The General ( 1927 )

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The Navigator ( 1924 )

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