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June 14, 2008

Museum of the Moving Image — 'Gateway to the best online resources in film, television and digital media'

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You made me go to YouTube and watch the other two parts. I had already interrupted a procrastination with another procrastination and then got sidetracked with Keaton and procrastinated a third time, and now I have to go back and reconstruct... all your fault. And I didn't even check out the museum thingy.

I love it when he flings himself down on the RR tracks to end it all and he covers up his ear; and the statue scene; and the hanging scene -- it seems like there was always a "suicide" scene in the silent comedies: Harold Lloyd would just stand on the tracks, spread his arms, squeeze his eyes shut & wait for the train to run him down, and of course it would switch tracks at that instant. Or he'd tie a big rock to his foot, jump off a bridge into the river below and land on his feet with water just up to his ankles. I love Lloyd's aggressive idiocy and obliviousness (I relate) and Keaton's astounding athleticism and grace. Good for what ails me.
Now, back to procrastinating...

Posted by: Flautist | Jun 14, 2008 3:29:43 PM

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