Day two of our ‘thon has begun! The posts are still coming in, so be sure to take a look at what’s new!
Welcome back, my friends, to the second year of our Buster Keaton celebration! Once again we’re paying tribute to one of our greatest cinematic artists–someone who was not only a skilled filmmaker, but a master comedian whose ability to make people laugh has been proven timeless.
Bloggers: Please send me the link to your post anytime it’s ready today or tomorrow. I’ll be updating periodically throughout the next couple days. Don’t forget that on the 9th I’ll be holding a drawing for all participants, the winner receiving both a $25 gift certificate to Buster Stuff and an opportunity to have their piece published in The Keaton Chronicle!
Readers: Drop by often to see the latest posts! Feel free to leave comments–both me and all the other bloggers appreciate ’em!
And once again, here’s a link to all the wonderful posts during the First Annual Buster Keaton Blogathon!
The Blogathon List:
Silent-ology | Le Roi des Champs-Élysées
tgreywolfe | Buster and the “Tragic Mask”
Big Riot V Squad | Buster Keaton and the Passing Show of 1917
MIB’s Instant Headache | Review of the Buster Keaton Short Films Collection
MovieMovieBlogBlog | Our Hospitality
Welcome to My Magick Theatre | The Cameraman
Special Purpose Movie Blog | Big Joe Roberts
nitrateglow | Top 10 post-1940s appearances
and a review of Buster Keaton: The Persistence of Comedy
An Ode to Dust | Doughboys
Silver Screenings | Buster Keaton: Last Action Hero
MOON IN GEMINI | Seven Chances
MovieFanFare | Three Ages
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. | TV episode The Awakening
The Lost Laugh | The Educational shorts and
Buster and Karl Dane
The Scribe Files | A fan’s first glance of Buster
Critica Retro | Buster’s work with Roscoe Arbuckle
thefyuzhe | Favorite poses
Second Sight Cinema | The fall–and rise–of Buster’s career
The Cinematic Frontier | The General