Music Interview: The Art of Storm ‘n’ Twang — Writing Music for Buster Keaton Silents

September 14, 2010
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By Bill Marx Steamboat Bill Jr. is my personal favorite among Buster Keaton’s classic silent comedies, and the image (above) of Buster holding an upturned umbrella (this is a publicity still—in the movie he wields the useless brolly during a rampaging storm) is one of the movie’s greatest sight gags, an indelible image of the…

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