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devilsadvocado's avatar


Chaplin at his best, and Mary Pickford had never looked finer!
11 years 5 months ago
Aleril's avatar


Wikipedia says 40 minutes or below is a short film.
12 years 3 months ago
dirte_lawndre's avatar


Amazing movie! Buster Keaton is a jack of all trades putting so much effort into every area of this film. Comedy gold!

11 years 5 months ago
Melvelet's avatar


...which again proves that Buster is better than Charlie :)
10 years 3 months ago
moldypoldy's avatar


Is that music in the archive.org video the original score? It's incredible.
12 years 3 months ago
Public Enemy's avatar

Public Enemy

The Sherlock Jr. I have is only 44 minutes.
13 years 3 months ago
PolarCow's avatar


Some crazy stunts there at the end. :)
4 years ago
ReVision's avatar


A fun and thrilling ride, from start to finish.
4 years 3 months ago
swhaze's avatar


I love Kathryn McGuire in this movie. She was a true beauty in the 1920's.
6 years 11 months ago
PrincessConsuela's avatar


Great movie!
9 years ago
kanoba's avatar


Enjoyed this more than Chaplin.
11 years 9 months ago
MetricSt's avatar


incredible soundtrack, parts of it would be quite at home in a Tarantino film. I watched this purely because it featured on so many lists, and I adored it. The stunts made me hold my breath every time, apparently Keaton actually fractured his neck in the water tower scene. There aren't many dedicated performers like this nowadays.
12 years ago
brikachuu's avatar


Buster Keaton edited this feature down several times because it was poorly received by audiences, according to Wikipedia (which cites something else) so that explains the length.
13 years 2 months ago
abemad's avatar


Amazing. Really. So extremely well thought through and most of all realised. Great comedy-, love-, slapstick-, detective-, action movie.
10 years 10 months ago
AdGuzman's avatar


Brilliant! sophistication indeed, I started watching silent comedy films with Keaton's The Three Ages a while ago, since that night I've never enjoyed any other silent film (including Chaplin's)... even The General couldn't achieved that excitement that is inherent to Sherlock Jr. simply amazing, beautiful with an amount of surrealistic feeling in it (:
12 years ago

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