Watch Actor Buster Keaton's Craziest Stunts From His 1920s Films

April 25, 2020

Buster Keaton was an actor in the 1920s who performed his own stunts -- very dangerous stunts.

During the railroad water-tank scene in Sherlock Jr., Keaton broke his neck when a torrent of water fell on him from a water tower, but he did not realize it until years afterward.

A scene from Steamboat Bill, Jr. required Keaton to stand still on a particular spot as a two-story building toppled forward on top of Keaton. The stunt required precision, because the prop house weighed two tons, and the window only offered a few inches of clearance around Keaton's body.

This video is a compilation of Buster Keaton's greatest stunts.

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