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The Railrodder (1965) was a Comedy - Short Films Film directed by John Spotton and Gerald Potterton and produced by Julian Biggs.

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Buster Keaton in “The Railrodder”

By Pretty Clever Film Gal on Jun 14, 2011 From Pretty Clever Films

As I big fan of both Buster Keaton and Canada, I have to love this NFB production from 1965. The National Film Board of Canada website describes “The Railrodder”: A screen short starring Buster Keaton, this is one of the last films of the comedian’s long career. As “the railr... Read full article

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The gag with Keaton unraveling a newspaper while negotiating a steep bridge is a re-working of a similar gag from Keaton's silent short "The High Sign." Director Gerald Potterton argued with Keaton over the danger of the gag, but eventually Keaton did it his own way with no problems.
Buster Keaton's final directorial project.
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