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Film / The Blacksmith

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While working as the assistant of small-town blacksmith Joe Roberts, Buster Keaton wreaks havoc and woos Virginia Fox.

"The Blacksmith" can be watched at Google Video.

"The Blacksmith" contains examples of:

  • Covered in Gunge: Buster has an unfortunate accident with a grease gun, which not only leaves him filthy, but means he leaves black handprints on everything he touches.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: Shoeing a horse looks remarkably like selling lady's footwear.
  • Two-Faced: One side of a white horse is splashed and smeared with grease.


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