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Lisle Foote is a contributing writer to the International Buster Keaton Society's magazine, the Keaton Chronicle. She works as the Film and Television Archive Assistant at the Southern Regional Library Facility, UCLA, in Los Angeles, USA.
"If you love Buster Keaton's silent comedies this book is for you. Foote has done an impressive amount of homework...this is scholarship at its finest...this book is an important addition to the Keaton bookshelf"--Leonard Maltin.com; "the first book-length study examining the contributions of those who helped Keaton redefine screen comedy...one of the most important cinema studies ever to be published. It offers a unique, definitive fascinating look at the team who helped the greatest comedy filmmaker create some of the most important cinematic works in motion picture history. Recommended"--Examiner.com.