Good Night Nurse!, 1918, is a favourite with Buster fans for the scene in which he flirts with Roscoe(who is of course in drag), with much smiling and giggling and general silliness. There are some funny moments like Roscoe lighting a cigarette in a policeman’s hat, and Buster’s crazed surgeon. I’m sure Mel Brooks gathered a lot of info from this one, as it has his style.
"Alice In Wonderland" (1951) - Walt Disney
"Twinkle twinkle little bat, how I wonder where you’re at. Up above the the world so high, like a teatray in the sky."
Buster Keaton “Convict 13” (1920)
Happy Birthday, Katherine Hepburn - (May 12th, 1907 - June 29th, 2003)
"Once a crowd chased me for an autograph. `Beat it,` I said, `go sit on a tack!` `We made you,` they said. `Like hell you did,` I told them."
Fashionably seated 18th century ladies
Camping Trip, 1910
Walt Disney World’s Main Street Electrical Parade (1978).