Buster Keaton

Biography

Buster Keaton was an American comic actor, filmmaker, producer and writer. He was best known for his silent films, in which his trademark was physical comedy with a consistently stoic, deadpan expression, earning him the nickname "The Great Stone Face".

Keaton was recognized as the seve...

37 titles Acting Directing Writing

5.2

Two Marines and a General Due marines e un generale

1966 · Gen. von Kassler

5.6

Beach Blanket Bingo

1965 · Buster

4.4

How to Stuff a Wild Bikini

1965 · Bwana

4.7

Sergeant Dead Head

1965 · Airman Blinken

4.5

Pajama Party

1964 · Chief Rotten Eagle

7.6

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

1963 · Jimmy the Crook

6.3

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

1960 · Lion Tamer

6.8

Around the World in Eighty Days

1956 · Train Conductor

5.3

L'incantevole nemica

1953 ·

8.1

Limelight

1952 · Calvero's Partner

8.4

Sunset Boulevard

1950 · Buster Keaton

7.2

In the Good Old Summertime

1949 · Hickey

6.3

You're My Everything

1949 · Butler

6.5

The Lovable Cheat

1949 · Goulard

5.6

God's Country

1946 · Old Tarp / Mr. Boone

4.6

Boom in the Moon El moderno Barba Azul

1946 ·

7.5

That's the Spirit

1945 · L.M.

6.0

She Went to the Races

1945 · Bellboy

6.3

That Night with You

1945 · Sam - Short Order Cook

6.8

San Diego I Love You

1944 · Bus Driver

7.3

Forever and a Day

1943 · Wilkins (plumber's helper)

7.0

New Moon

1940 · Prisoner - 'LuLu'

4.9

Li'l Abner

1940 · Lonesome Polecat

5.5

The Villain Still Pursued Her

1940 · William Dalton

4.6

The Invader

1936 · Leander Proudfoot

6.6

The King of Champs-Élysées Le roi des Champs-Élysées

1934 · Buster Garner / Jim le Balafré

5.6

What! No Beer?

1933 · Elmer J. Butts

6.0

The Passionate Plumber

1932 · Elmer E. Tuttle

6.0

Speak Easily

1932 · Professor Post

5.6

Sidewalks of New York

1931 · Harmon

6.1

Parlor, Bedroom and Bath

1931 · Reginald Irving

5.9

Doughboys

1930 · Elmer

5.6

Free and Easy

1930 · Elmer

7.1

Spite Marriage

1929 · Elmer

8.0

Steamboat Bill, Jr.

1928 · William 'Willie' Canfield Jr.

8.3

The Cameraman

1928 · Buster

7.1

College

1927 · Ronald, The Boy

8.2

The General

1926 · Johnny Gray

7.1

Battling Butler

1926 · Alfred Butler

7.2

Go West

1925 · Friendless

7.1

Three Ages

1923 · The Boy

7.9

Our Hospitality

1923 · William McKay

6.2

The Saphead

1920 · Bertie Van Alstyne

13 titles Acting Directing Writing

6.3

Excuse My Dust

1951 · Director

7.2

In the Good Old Summertime

1949 · Director

6.2

Easy to Wed

1946 · Director

6.6

Hollywood Cavalcade

1939 · Director

7.1

Spite Marriage

1929 · Director

8.0

Steamboat Bill, Jr.

1928 · Director

8.3

The Cameraman

1928 · Director

7.1

College

1927 · Director

7.1

Battling Butler

1926 · Director

8.2

The General

1926 · Director

7.2

Go West

1925 · Director

7.1

Three Ages

1923 · Director

7.9

Our Hospitality

1923 · Director

7 titles Acting Directing Writing

6.3

Excuse My Dust

1951 · Writer

6.2

Easy to Wed

1946 · Writer

6.9

Go West

1940 · Writer

6.9

At the Circus

1939 · Writer

5.3

Quick Millions

1939 · Story

8.2

The General

1926 · Screenplay

7.2

Go West

1925 · Story

7.1

Three Ages

1923 · Writer