Go West

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Released 1925

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Director:
Buster Keaton
Released:
1925
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Go West is a classic silent film about a young small town man who ends up on a farm in his search to make it in the world. When a barrage of jobs in his home town prove to bring him little success, Friendless (Buster Keaton) visits New York City, again finding nothing but missed opportunities. So the determined lad hops on a train, bound for wherever the road takes him. He is ejected at the Diamond Bar Ranch in the middle of the country, where he sets up shop and offers his services. There he becomes a valuable asset to the owner (Howard Truesdale), and develops a relationship with a neglected now he calls Brown Eyes. Friendless finds a home at the ranch, but when he learns that Brown Eyes and the rest of the 1000 cows are to be sent to a Los Angeles slaughterhouse, he goes along for the ride, setting the stage for a journey of epic proportions. Keaton also directs the film, and, true to his style, does all of his own stunts.moreless
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