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Poetry: Siegfried Sassoon

I’ve always been moved by the story that Sassoon encouraged and supported Owen in writing poetry while the two were both at Craiglockhart, during the First World War. 450 more words

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The General

Released in 1927, The General – produced, written, and starring Buster Keaton – was the first feature length comedy ever produced. It also was co directed by Keaton and Clyde Bruckman. 583 more words

The General - Finished!

Finally got him done! He was so very, very hard to put together; but worth it, in the end.

First off, I got all of the black edging painted. 100 more words

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Classic Film Reviews: The General (1926)

“We’ve come a LONG way from silent films and this is one of those movies that reminds us just how far we’ve come” 

Based off The Great Locomotive Chase, The General (1926) is a silent comedy co-directed by Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman. 321 more words


The General - More painting

Tired of it yet? :)


I’m now moving on to painting the red on the inside ceiling of the roof pieces, and inside the bay windows and the attic dormer. 68 more words

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