The Frozen North
The Frozen North (1922)

Spoof of William S. Hart silent Westerns casts Buster Keaton in an atypical role: a not-so-good hombre who tries to stick up a card game, shoots a couple when he mistakes the woman for his wife, and woos a married woman.

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1922
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It satirizes William S. Hart Westerns.

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AJ Verser
Keaton gets himself into all kinds of messes out in the frozen north. Pretty funny, but it could've been funnier.
Eric Broome
A strange short for Keaton, with a lot of distasteful gags. He's the same vulnerable little man with the blank expression, but he's not a "good… More
Chris Browning
"The Frozen North" is another of the Short Films Collection running from 1920-1923 before Keaton got into feature lengths and runs at 17 minutes. The… More