Go West ; and, Battling Butler
- New York, New York : Kino Lorber, 
- Resource Type:
- Video or Visual Material
- Ultimate 2-disc edition.
Additional/Related Title Information
- Full Title:
- Go West ; and, Battling Butler
- Related/Included Titles:
- Go West /
Battling Butler /
Go West (Motion picture : 1925)
Battling Butler (Motion picture : 1926)
Go West (Motion picture : 1923)
- Variant Titles:
- Title appears as: Buster Keaton : Go West and Battling Butler
- Additional Author/Creators:
Keaton, Buster, 1895-1966
Schenck, Joseph M., 1877-1961
Cannon, Raymond, 1892-1977
Smith, Paul Gerard, 1894-1968
Boasberg, Al, 1892-1937
Smith, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1865-1942
Neal, Lex, 1894-1940
Myers, Kathleen, 1899-
Truesdale, Howard, 1861-1941
Thompson, Ray, 1898-1927
O'Neil, Sally, 1908-1968
James, Walter, 1886-1946
Fine, Bud, 1894-1966
Wilson, Tom, 1880-1965
Edwards, Snitz, 1862-1937
Israel, Robert, 1963-
Brightman, Stanley, 1888- Battling Butler
Kino Lorber, Inc
Ranch life--West (U.S.)--Drama
Indians of North America--Drama
- Table of Contents:
- Go West / Joseph M. Schenk presents ; a Metro-Goldwyn production ; written and directed by Buster Keaton ; scenario, Raymond Cannon (68 min., 1925) -- Battling Butler / Joseph M. Schenk presents ; a Metro-Goldwyn production ; directed by Buster Keaton ; adapted ... by Paul Gerard Smith, Al Boasberg, Charles H. Smith and Lex Neal (85 min., 1926).
Go West: Heeding Horace Greeley's expansionist call, a hapless young man heads west to meet his destiny in the ranchlands of Arizona where he befriends Brown Eyes, an affectionate bovine beauty from whose hoof he removes a pebble. Trying to save her from the slaughterhouse, he has many adventures.
Battling butler: A fragile young man is sent into the country by his father in hopes that his masculinity will blossom. There he is mistaken for a renowned prizefighter.
- Language Note:
- Silent with English intertitles and musical score.
- Physical Type/Description:
- 2 videodiscs (approximately 154 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
- Technical Note:
- DVD; NTSC; region 1; 4:3 presentation; Dolby digital 2.0.
- General Note:
Title from container.
Battling Butler based on the play by Stanley Brightman and Austin Melford.
Extras on Go West disc: Go West (1923, 12 min.), a western-themed comedy produced by Hal Roach, starring the Dippy Do Dads, a troupe of trained monkeys; 60-minute audio recording of Buster Keaton hashing out a script proposal for the western TV series Wagon train; photo gallery of production stills -- Extras on Battling Butler disc: Excerpts of a screenplay for an unproduced remake of Battling Butler, written by Keaton in 1947; photo gallery from the 1922 stage production of Battling Butler; photo gallery of production stills.
- Participant/Performer Note:
Go West: Buster Keaton, Kathleen Myers, Howard Truesdale, Ray Thompson.
Battling Butler: Buster Keaton, Sally O'Neil, Walter James, Bud Fine, Francis McDonald, Mary O'Brien, Tom Wilson, Snitz Edwards.
- Creation/Production Credits Note:
Go West: directors of photography, Elgin Lessley, Bert Haines ; music composed and performed by Eric Beheim.
Battling Butler: directors of photography, J.D. Jennings and Bert Haines ; music arranger and director, Robert Israel.
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- OCLC Number:
- Other Identifiers:
- Universal Product Code: 738329079024
- Publisher Number:
- K790 Kino International