Three Ages,' Buster Keaton's first full-length feature, comes to the Queen's Theatre today. Keaton has deserted the two-reel slap-stick comedies, and will henceforth star in comedies of feature attraction. 'Three Ages' is classed as a burlesque on love, marriage and business. Film synopsis included. 'Three Ages' was directed by Buster Keaton and Eddie Cline from the story by Jean Havez, Joe Mitchell and Clyde Bruckman. It was photographed by William McGann and Elgin Lessly. Fred Gabourie was the art director. It is a Joseph M. Schenck presentation through Metro.
Queen's Theatre: Keaton Gives Up Short Reel Films - 'Three Ages,' His First Feature Comedy
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Edward F. Cline
Clyde Bruckman (story and titles)
The misadventures of Buster in three separate historical periods.
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