oh my GOD
Buster’s face is preternaturally beautiful here. He almost looks out of place in this photo, being all angelic and stuff while the other two look like they’re trying to win a creepy smile contest.
Aaaw, thank you darling! :D It’s been too long since I’ve reblogged angel-face Buster here.
And yes on the creepy smile contest. :P For realsies, babe.
It’s been much too long since I’ve seen Buster on this blog - he’s more frequently featured on my movie blog, but I feel this one deserves a little Buster goodness too. :D
created by Vancouver Film School student Sarah Jolley through the VFS Classical Animation program
“[Buster] found out that sometimes I used to like to take my bike and go up about three miles from Cottage Grove to a spot on the river that was nice and secluded, and there I would swim. So he and a couple of his buddies sneaked up after me one day, and found where I left my clothes and tied them up in such knots that I couldn’t unravel them. And so I had to pedal back to Cottage Grove in my bathing suit, and this was quite a shocking thing to do in 1926, you simply didn’t ride a bike in your bathing suit in those days, and a wet one at that.”
- Marion Mack, Buster’s leading lady in the The General
Today must be Artsy Fartsy Friday.
I support Artsy Fartsy Friday.
Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin Ponies by olafpriol
I’ll just put this here. :)