Buster Keaton made many sound films from the 1930s-1960s however, it’s his silent films that naturally garner the most attention and praise. During the 1920s, his output was prolific and, in many ways, pioneering. Early sound suffered many restrictions, having to be ‘quiet on set’ and static cameras meant having to forgo the more artistic shots that had been developed when the sound of equipment could not be heard on the finished film.

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