Dir. Buster Keaton and Jack Blystone (1923).
This silent gem is a masterly satire of traditional Southern manners that is also a loving nostalgic re-creation of the past. It contains one of Buster's most audacious acrobatic feats as he swings from a rope to rescue his beloved from a raging waterfall.
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