Our Hospitality (1923) was a Comedy - Family Film directed by Buster Keaton and John G. Blystone and produced by Joseph M. Schenck.
CMBA Blogathon: Buster Keaton's "Our Hospitality"By FlickChick on Oct 19, 2015 From A Person in the Dark
This is my entry in the Classic Movie Blog Association Planes, Trains and Automobile Blogathon. Click HERE to view more fabulous entries about our favorite modes of transportation in film. Buster Keaton loved trains. “The General,” one of his most famous films, is about a man... Read full article
Watch It & Review It: Our Hospitality (1923)By Pretty Clever Film Gal on Nov 19, 2012 From Pretty Clever Films
Buster Keaton’s Our Hospitality was released on November 19, 1923. I’m pretty sure I don’t need to tell you anything more than its BUSTER KEATON. But you can slip away for an hour today, watch Our Hospitality, and marvel over just how funny and fresh it is lo these many years later... Read full article
Our HospitalityBy Michael on Sep 24, 2012 From Le Mot du Cinephiliaque
Our Hospitality (John G. Blystone & Buster Keaton, 1923) A man returns to his Appalachian homestead. On the trip, he falls for a young woman. The only problem is her family has vowed to kill every member of his family. Buster Keaton with his second full length feature film shows sparks of ... Read full article
See all Our Hospitality articles
The diminutive steam engine used in the film was a faithful, mechanically accurate re-creation of Stephenson's Rocket. Equally accurate was the replica of the early bicycle ridden by Willie near the start of the film - so accurate, in fact, that according to Buster Keaton it was requested by the Smithsonian Institute for display.
During the shooting of the climatic waterfall scene, Buster Keaton inhaled so much water that he had to have first aid.
read more facts about Our Hospitality...