The Adventures of Tiny Buster: Southwest Edition

Whenever I (plan to) go out of town, I usually get in the habit of trying to look for places or things that have some connection to film history. For this road trip, I wasn’t entirely sure I’d find that much, so I decided to bring Tiny Buster along with me.

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Go West

It was in 1925 when Buster Keaton found himself another leading lady to be in his newest feature film Go West. With big brown eyes, dark eyelashes, golden-red hair, a sweet demeanor, wet nose, four legs, and a tail, she was the perfect pick. Confused? Meet Brown Eyes, the lovable Jersey cow!

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