One Week
One Week (1920)

One Week was the first Buster Keaton-directed film to be released to the public (The High Sign was made earlier but shelved for several months). Based on a now-obscure educational short called Home Made, it involves a build-it-yourself… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: September 1, 1920
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John Monaghan
Detroit Free Press

In 1920's One Week, the silent comedian known as the Great Stone Face attempts to assemble the build-it-yourself home he received as a wedding present.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Very funny slapstick two-reeler.

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Gabe Leibowitz
Film and Felt

Physical humor and tomfoolery abound in this romp through the first week of married bliss and pitfalls, but there's also something really sweet about the love between Keaton and his new bride.

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Ken Stachnik
I giant bucket of fun. Possibly the best two reelers EVER. Check it out on Google Video.
Chris Browning
"One Week" was the first Keaton directed film to be released due to The "High Sign" being shelved at Keaton's will. The film is a… More
Stella Dallas
one of buster's best shorts, only 22mins and it's on google video. so do yourself a favor :D
Aj V
One of my favourite Keaton films, short and hilarious. A must see!