The Cameraman 1928

Buster Keaton clicks again, and we don't mean perhaps. He's a reformed tintype photographer this time, trying to break into the newsreel service all because his heart aches for the office stenographer. He takes his famous poker face through fire, water and jail for the type-writing lady, and gets all tied up in hard knots trying to scoop a Tong War. Great story, original gags and Buster's irresistible. See this and bust!

Photoplay October 1928

Books with substantial mentioning of The Cameraman
Robert K. Klepper
Silent Films, 1877-1996, A Critical Guide to 646 Movies
Jefferson, North Carolina and London, 1999

Jim Kline
The Complete Films of Buster Keaton
Secaucus, N.J., 1993

The Cameraman
United States 1928

Directed by
Edward Sedgwick

Harold Goodwin
Sidney Bracey
Harry Gribbon


Running time:69 minutes
Country:United States

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