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Doo-doodoo-doo...Oh, right.Arguably Buster Keaton's most famous film, this silent movie from 1928 stars Keaton as a steamboat owner's son, who hasn't seen his father since he was very young. Bill Jr. is clumsy, sloppy, and likes a girl who is the daughter of a rival steamboat captain. Eventually his father gets fed up and tells him to return to Boston. As he's about to go, his father's steamboat is condemned and his father arrested in a situation instigated by the rival. He tears up the train ticket to Boston, and breaks his father out of jail. There's a big storm, and things blow around that really shouldn't blow around. Eventually, he manages to save his father, the rival, and the daughter from the storm. Presumably they get along after this, although it's not actually shown.
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