The Golden Age of Hollywood

I think ( just my own opinion,mind you) That Charlie Chaplin is entirely overrated! I think that Harold Loyd and especially Buster Keaton were much more innovative and all -around much more ground breaking and amusing than the vastly more popular Chaplin. Hey ,if this doesn't stir some discussion, I give up!

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That is some pretty cool Dick und Doof there!!
hey thats cool..I found a good clip from those I just posted in Videos!
Hey!...Thats a real find!..I also found a rare spanish language clip..these apparently were posted recently...
I did..its over in the Videos..So these German"non-dubbed" films have been around awhile?...The picture quality on both this and the spanish look pretty good..


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