One of Buster Keaton’s most memorable stunts in The General (1926), in which he clears a stray railroad tie while perched precariously on his locomotive’s cowcatcher.
Al St. John, Fatty Arbuckle, Buster Keaton and Alice Lake in The Cook, 1918.
Buster Keaton and Roscoe Arbuckle in "The Cook" (1918)
Buster stars with his family, Jingles, Louise and mother, Myra in the short Love Nest on Wheels. Pratfalls skills ran in the family.
"Love Nest on Wheels" (1937)
"Elmer, the eldest son in a family of hillbillies who manage a hotel, attempts to raise money to save the hotel from foreclosure."
Love Nest on Wheels is the last of the Educational Shorts and borrows heavily from Keaton’s and Arbuckle’s 1918 film The Bell Boy”. In 1935 Buster also appeared onscreen with his family in the short film Palooka from Paducah.
Good Night, Nurse (1918)