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Index Abel, Richard, 114 AFI's "100 Great Films," 177 n. 51 Agee, James, 12, 15, 34, 145 Albee, Ε. E , 29 Allen, Rupert C , 116 Anger, Lou, 30 Arbuckle, Roscoe, 30–31, 37, 43, 47, 59, 64, 70, 76, 79, 167 n. 16, 168 n. 17 Aron, Robert, 119-20 Around the World in Eighty Days, 136 Artaud, Antonin, 114, 117, 120 Así que pasen, cinco años, 116 Atkinson, Rowan, 176 η. 50 attractions, 81, 87, 91, 95-96, 98, 105, 110– 11, 118. See also cinema of attractions avant-garde cinema, 87, 120 Back Stage, 43, 159 n. 38 Barnes, Lee, 52 Battling Butler, 54, 87, 118–19 Beach Blanket Bingo, 175 n. 4 Bean, 1 7 6 n . 5 0 Beck, Martin, 29-30 Beckerman, Bernard, 147 Beckett, Samuel, 7, 11, 14, 35, 135, 143-48 Beery, Wallace, 50 Benayoun, Robert, 113, 120, 128 Bentley, Eric, 55, 70–71 Bermel, Albert, 56, 122 Blesh, Rudi, 95 Blue Man Group, 151-52 Bluffton, Michigan, actors' colony, 25 The Boat, 57, 137 Bordeverry, Colonel Gaston, 28-29, 48, 1 6 2 n . 4 7 Bordwell, David, 4, 9-10, 76, 83-85, 94, 1 5 8 n . 2 9 Brand, Harry, 98 Breton, André, 16, 121, 125, 173 η. 62 Brownlow, Kevin, 104 Bruckman, Clyde, 31, 33, 37-38, 87 Brunius, Jacques, 120, 122 Buñuel, Luis, 3, 16, 52, 119–20, 126 Buster Keaton Rides Again, 138–39, 141, 1747 5 n . 2 The Buster Keaton Show, 34 The Buster Keaton Story, 34 Buster Keaton's Stroll. See El Paseo de Buster Keaton The Butcher Boy, 31 The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, 114 The Cameraman, 32-33, 54, 1 5 9 n . 4 9 Capra, Frank, 1 6 8 n . 1 7 cause-and-effect. See narrative causality Chan, Jackie, 148, 152-54, 1 7 6 n . 4 7 Chaplin, Charlie, 5, 31, 34, 78-79, 81, 112, 120, 1 6 5 n . 5 2 , 1 7 1 n . 1 2 ; comparison to Lloyd and Keaton, 80-82; early films, 117– 19; roots in British music hall, 80; surrealist support for, 1 7 0 n . 2 ; use of medium and close-up shots, 81 The Chef, 70 Chesler, Judd, 121-22, 129, 1 7 3 n . 7 0 Un Chien andalou, 119, 131 cinema of attractions, 76, 87, 131. See also attractions City Lights, 81 Clair, René, 114, 117, 120 classical Hollywood cinema, 3, 4-10, 154-55; compositional techniques, 7; formulaic plots, 78; linearity of narrative, 83, 90; use of deadlines, 94-95; use of space, 7-9; use of time, 6-7. See also narrative causality 214 I N D E X College, 3, 5, 28, 32, 119, 126, 150, 171 η. 18; accordionlike gag structure, 52; physical gags, 52 Columbia Pictures, 57 comedians, extrafictional status of, 41, 53, 57-59 comedian comedy, 57 comedy, high and low, 79 comic events, 89, 97, 105, 109 commedia dell'arte, 86, 151 Cops, 23, 91, 113, 128; climactic sequence, 64 La Coquille et le clergyman, 117–18 Cott, Jeremy, 130–31 Crafton, Donald, 10, 85-86, 96, 1 6 6 n . 7 5 , 1 6 8 n . 3 1 Cutler-Bryant Medicine Show, 19-20 Dalí, Salvador, 7, 112, 114, 120-21, 125-26; homages to Keaton, 1 7 1 n . 1 5 ; trompe l'oeil technique, 121-22; use of double im­ agery, 1 7 1 n . 1 8 Dana, Viola, 61 Dardis, Tom, 20, 23, 33, 1 5 8 n . 2 2 , 1 6 0 n . 1 Daydreams, 123, 128, 1 6 6 n . 7 6 de Chirico, Giorgio, 120 Desnos, Robert, 113-14, 131-32, 1 7 1 n . 1 2 disorientation (dépaysement), 16–17 "D'Or et de Sable," 117, 129-30, 151 Dr. Hill's California Concert Company, 20 Drew, Sidney, 79 Drummond, Phillip, 119 Drunken Master, 153 Du Pasquier, Sylvain, 10 Duchamp, Marcel, 120, 127 Durante, Jimmy, 3 early cinema, vaudeville influence on, 77-78 Educational Pictures, 57 Eisenstein, Sergei, 87 El Paseo de Buster Keaton, 115–17, 1717 2 n . 1 9 The Electric House, 25 Erebé, Judith, 118–19 Fairbanks, Douglas, 78-79, 1 5 8 n . 2 9 farce, 55-56, 70-71, 92, 122, 131, 151 Fenberg Stock Company, 27 Film, 35, 135, 143-48, 1 6 5 n . 5 3 , 1 7 5 n . 4 Foo, Ching Ling, 102 Fool Moon, 149, 1 7 5 n . 3 6 The Freshman, 78 Frozen North, 27 Gabourie, Fred, 33 gags: accordionlike...

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