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Arthur Young (2) And Hatchetts Swingtette - Prim And Proper / Steamboat Bill (Shellac)

02.10.2012 / / Jazz

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  1. "Steamboat Bill, Jr." is funny, pure and simple. It features a story about Bill Jr. meeting his dad, who is a rough seaman and how Bill Jr. seems out of place. Yet by the end he manages to impress his dad and become a bit of a hero. The pratfalls and pranks and slapstick humor is .
  2. Steamboat Bill, Jr. was the last of Keaton's independent films made for producer Joseph M. Schenck, bringing to a close one of the most fruitful collaborations in the annals of silent comedy. Keaton continued making films for Metro Goldwyn Mayer but his brand of spontaneously innovative slapstick did not translate to the regimented structure of.
  3. A side-wheeler steamboat, the Black is similar in form and style to the great steam boats of the 19th century and thus constitutes a link with the most colorful period of river transportation. This vessel, which is feet long and 85 feet wide, was built in by the Marietta Manufacturing Company in Point Pleasant, West Virginia for the U.
  4. Directed by Charles Reisner, Buster Keaton. With Buster Keaton, Tom McGuire, Ernest Torrence, Tom Lewis. The effete son of a cantankerous riverboat captain comes to join his father's crew.
  5. Arthur Young (2) And Hatchett's Swingtette Arthur Young (2) And Hatchett's Swingtette - Prim And Proper / Steamboat Bill ‎ (Shellac, 10") Decca.
  6. Steamboat Bill, Jr. - DVD-R () for $ from forfcartprogasetnigalducalruriweb.coinfo Silent Films The Laugh Special of the Age. See It. - Order by Phone Price: $
  7. "Steamboat Bill" is a song composed by Arthur Collins, it was later used in the film Steamboat Bill Jr. and then in the first Mickey Mouse short Steamboat Willie. Since then, the tune has become very representative for Disney, since Steamboat Willie is considered the most important cartoon of the studio. The song, along with the animation, has also become the trademark sign of Walt Composer: Arthur Collins.
  8. "Steamboat Bill" (Ernest Torrence) and his faithful first mate (Tom Lewis) run the most dilapidated paddle steamer on the river. The wealthy Mr. King (Tom McGuire) hopes to run him out of business with a fancier, more expensive vessel. At this point, Bill's estranged son, Willie Canfield Jr. (Buster Keaton), returns home from college. But.

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