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This film is in the public domain and can be viewed in its entirety at [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6172577396363028922 Google Video.]]

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This film Various sources credit a 14-year-old Creator/MaryAstor with making her screen debut in his movie, but apparently her footage was cut. ''The Scarecrow'' is in the public domain and can be viewed in its entirety at [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6172577396363028922 Google Video.]]


Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, Film/TheWizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''Film/{{Scarecrow}}'', the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino, the 2000 film by Warner Bros., or ''Literature/DoctorSynTheScarecrow''.

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Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, Film/TheWizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''Film/{{Scarecrow}}'', the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' ''Film/{{Scarecrow|1973}}'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino, the 2000 film by Warner Bros., or ''Literature/DoctorSynTheScarecrow''.


In this 1920 two-reeler, Creator/BusterKeaton and ''Joe Roberts'' are farmhands and rival suitors for farmer's daughter Creator/SybilSeely. When an incident with a threshing machine leaves Buster undressed, he steals the clothes off a scarecrow. HilarityEnsues.

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In this
''The Scarecrow'' is a
1920 two-reeler, Creator/BusterKeaton two-reel short film, starring Creator/BusterKeaton, directed by Keaton and ''Joe Roberts'' Edward Cline.

Buster and another farmhand
are farmhands and rival suitors for the farmer's daughter Creator/SybilSeely.(Creator/SybilSeely). When an incident with a threshing machine leaves Buster undressed, he steals the clothes off a scarecrow. HilarityEnsues.


* TheCastShowoff: Buster, always. Particularly of note here when he walks on his hands and runs around and around on top of narrow walls with no trouble.





* CockFight: Buster and Joe are fighting over the farmer's daughter.
* CoinOnAStringTrick: Buster tricks the gas meter with a dime on a string.



* FatAndSkinny: Joe and Buster.



* LetsYouAndHimFight: Buster momentarily pulls this on his rival and the girl's father

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* LetsYouAndHimFight: Buster momentarily pulls this on his rival and the girl's fatherfather.



* LostInTheMaize: Buster manages to throw off his two pursuers in a field of maize.



* ScaryScarecrows, parodied


In this 1920 two-reeler, Creator/BusterKeaton and Creator/JoeRoberts are farmhands and rival suitors for farmer's daughter Creator/SybilSeely. When an incident with a threshing machine leaves Buster undressed, he steals the clothes off a scarecrow. HilarityEnsues.

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In this 1920 two-reeler, Creator/BusterKeaton and Creator/JoeRoberts ''Joe Roberts'' are farmhands and rival suitors for farmer's daughter Creator/SybilSeely. When an incident with a threshing machine leaves Buster undressed, he steals the clothes off a scarecrow. HilarityEnsues.


Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, the WizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''{{Scarecrow}}'', the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino, the 2000 film by Warner Bros., or ''Literature/DoctorSynTheScarecrow''.

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Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, the WizardOfOz Film/TheWizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''{{Scarecrow}}'', ''Film/{{Scarecrow}}'', the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino, the 2000 film by Warner Bros., or ''Literature/DoctorSynTheScarecrow''.


Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, the WizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''{{Scarecrow}}'', the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino, or ''Literature/DoctorSynTheScarecrow''.

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Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, the WizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''{{Scarecrow}}'', the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino, the 2000 film by Warner Bros., or ''Literature/DoctorSynTheScarecrow''.

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* StrippingTheScarecrow: Buster steals clothes off a scarecrow after his own clothes are torn off by a hay-baling machine.


* FakeRabies: Buster runs frantically from a dog that at a cream pie.

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* FakeRabies: Buster runs frantically from a dog that at ate a cream pie.

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* FakeRabies: Buster runs frantically from a dog that at a cream pie.


Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, the WizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''{{Scarecrow}}'', the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino, or ''Series/DrSynTheScarecrow''.

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Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, the WizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''{{Scarecrow}}'', the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino, or ''Series/DrSynTheScarecrow''.''Literature/DoctorSynTheScarecrow''.


Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, the WizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''{{Scarecrow}}'' or the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino.

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Not to be confused with the Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, the WizardOfOz character, the 1983 Soviet film ''{{Scarecrow}}'' or ''{{Scarecrow}}'', the 1973 movie ''Scarecrow'' starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino.Pacino, or ''Series/DrSynTheScarecrow''.


** Sybil, after getting kissed by the "scarecrow."

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** Sybil, after getting kissed by the "scarecrow.""scarecrow" and escaping across the stream, looks back, and then shoots a suspicious glance at the camera.



* ChaseScene

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* ChaseSceneChaseScene: A long chase in which Buster's roommate and the girl's father attempt to stop the girl and Buster from getting married.



* LiteralAssKicking

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* LiteralAssKickingLiteralAssKicking: In one scene the girl's father tries to kick her in the butt but misses and falls.



* LoveTriangle

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* LoveTriangleLoveTriangle: Buster and Buster's roommate both are after the girl.



* QuickNip

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* QuickNipQuickNip: The farmer keeps a flask in the scarecrow's pocket for a quick nip. Buster has one after he finds this out.



* SynchronizedMorningRoutine
* TrapDoor

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* SynchronizedMorningRoutine
SynchronizedMorningRoutine: Buster and Joe's intricate ballet as they get up.
* TrapDoorTrapDoor: There's a trap door in the middle of the house for the garbage.

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