Buster My Love

All Buster All the time

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citycoffee:

Films of 2014

Seven Chances (1925)
One beautiful summer day, when fragrant flowers were in bloom,
Jimmie Shannon met Mary Jones,and he wanted to tell her he loved her.When Autumn had cast its golden glowand the flowers had faded and died,He still wanted to tell her he loved her.When Winter came and the leaves had fallen one by oneand the snow had covered the hills and valleyshe still wanted to tell her he loved her.However – when nature had changed again,bringing forth spring time with its beautiful buds and blossoms – -He still wanted to tell her he loved her.
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citycoffee:

Films of 2014

Seven Chances (1925)

One beautiful summer day, when fragrant flowers were in bloom,

Jimmie Shannon met Mary Jones,
and he wanted to tell her he loved her.
When Autumn had cast its golden glow
and the flowers had faded and died,
He still wanted to tell her he loved her.
When Winter came and the leaves had fallen one by one
and the snow had covered the hills and valleys
he still wanted to tell her he loved her.
However – when nature had changed again,
bringing forth spring time with its beautiful buds and blossoms – -
He still wanted to tell her he loved her.

Poster (x)

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busterness:

Darlin, tumblr-ers:  we’ve just made an amazing discovery of photos and nitrate negatives of behind-the-scenes shots of Buster’s THE GENERAL.  The photos and negatives were taken by a local photog in Cottage Grove, Oregon, and have remained hidden for all these years until recently discovered.  Help us celebrate this amazing find, and learn how YOU, TOO can find lost silent-film treasures!  See https://www.facebook.com/BusterKeatonSociety?ref_type=bookmark
Luy y’all.  Srsly.  You can find this stuff, too!

busterness:

Darlin, tumblr-ers:  we’ve just made an amazing discovery of photos and nitrate negatives of behind-the-scenes shots of Buster’s THE GENERAL.  The photos and negatives were taken by a local photog in Cottage Grove, Oregon, and have remained hidden for all these years until recently discovered.  Help us celebrate this amazing find, and learn how YOU, TOO can find lost silent-film treasures!  See https://www.facebook.com/BusterKeatonSociety?ref_type=bookmark

Luy y’all.  Srsly.  You can find this stuff, too!

(via plum68)