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The Frozen North (1922) was a Short Films Film directed by Buster Keaton and Edward F. Cline and produced by Joseph M. Schenck.

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The Frozen North (1922) A Silent Film Review

By Fritzi Kramer on Apr 22, 2014 From Movies Silently

By Fritzi Kramer on April 22, 2014 in Blog, Feature, Silent Movie Review Buster Keaton delivers a slice of demented wackiness in this snow-bound comedy. Keaton is a lusty would-be bandit with a large dose of William S. Hart mannerisms. It’s definitely one of his darker short films and is inter... Read full article

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Keaton actually satirizes two of his famous contemporaries in this short: William S. Hart, of course, but also 'Erich Von Stroheim'. Near the end of the film, his female "victim" briefly visualizes Keaton dressed in the kind of elaborate, middle-European dress uniform (complete with monocle) favored by Von Stroheim during his "man-you-love-to-hate" phase.
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Also directed by Edward F. Cline

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Also produced by Joseph M. Schenck

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Also released in 1922

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