Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (1931) One of the first sound films starring Keaton, this film is an uproarious and naughty pre-code farce based on a beloved play by Charles W. Bell and Mark Swan.
Speak Easily (1932) "One of Keaton's best talkies" says critic Leonard Maltin of this zany tale, which serves as a reminder that the career of the legendary silent clown did not end with the coming of sound.
The Passionate Plumber (1932) Keaton plays a Parisian plumber who is summoned by a socialite to fix her shower and ends up falling in love.
This product is made-on-demand by the manufacturer using DVD-R recordable media.
Almost all DVD players can play DVD-Rs (except for some older models made before 2000) -
please consult your owner's manual for formats compatible with your player.
These DVD-Rs may not play on all computers or DVD player/recorders.
To address this, the manufacturer recommends viewing this product on a DVD player
that does not have recording capability.