Breaking news

Buster Keaton was one Badass Stunts Master

Buster Keaton was one of the best Vaudeville actors/stuntmen of his time. Filming his iconic house falling shot in Steamboat Bill Jr. required precision, because the prop house weighed two tons, and the window only offered a few inches of clearance around Keaton’s body.
Before filming it, the crew threatened to walk off the set and the cameraman looked away while rolling it. The heavy prop brushes his arm as it comes down, and he doesn’t flinch.
The sequence became the most memorable image of his career.


Click here to view the Original Image Size



Click here to view the Original Image Size



Click here to view the Original Image Size



Click here to view the Original Image Size



Click here to view the Original Image Size



Click here to view the Original Image Size



Click here to view the Original Image Size



Click here to view the Original Image Size



Click here to view the Original Image Size



Click here to view the Original Image Size


Share With your Friends


, , , , , ,

0 comments:

Recent Posts

© 2015 Interesting Always. All rights reserved.
Designed by Cool-Fire Studios | Trackmyblog
Theme by VelRats