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Arguably Keaton's finest film, and rated as one of the funniest comedies ever made. Keaton is the Confederate train driver who refuses to hold up the white flag when his engine is hijacked by Union soldiers during the Civil War. The visual gags come thick and fast as Buster fearlessly risks life and limb in a desperate race to claim back his train, and his girl! A classic. find out more...

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John Ford's 50th and most celebrated silent film demonstrates the ideals of expansion, enterprise and achievement, but condones racism and exploitation. The scale of this film surpassed all of the other silent westerns and put Ford in the history books. Double-dealing, vengeance and romance are all covered with a poetic sense of history as we see the country united by a trans-continental railroad, realized by a great man and brought about through the sweat of the working man. A classic, black an find out more...