Live + Sound + Cinema: Seven Chances (1925, Buster Keaton)
Saturday, February 15 & Sunday, February 16; Noon | Buy Tickets

It’s become a bit of a tradition around here to screen a Buster Keaton film around Valentine’s Day. Many of his films lean on the romantic side, he’s quite the looker himself, in that powdery, 1920’s sort of way. His long, affectless face became something of a trademark — like Chaplin’s mustache or Hitchcock’s silhouette — and poster artists seem to love to take a crack at drawing him.

Below we’ve put together some of our favorite Buster Keaton posters, all of them high quality, so as to maximize the dreaminess.

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Three Ages (1923)

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Sherlock Jr. (1924)

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The Navigator (1924)

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Seven Chances (1925)

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Go West (1925)

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The General (1926)

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The General (1926) (Russian)

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Battling Butler (1926)

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Battling Butler (1926)

The-Cameraman

The Cameraman (1928)

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The Cameraman (1928) (French)

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Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928)

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Spite Marriage (1929)

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What! No Beer? (1933)