from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Keaton, Joseph Francis Known as "Buster.” 1895-1966. American actor who wrote, directed, and starred in silent film classics, such as The Navigator (1924) and The General (1926), in which he employed a deadpan expression and acrobatic artistry to great comedic effect.
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. United States comedian and actor in silent films noted for his acrobatic skills and deadpan face (1895-1966)
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Yeah I agree - Michael Keaton is a TERRIBLE choice to play Batman.
I was already sold and them Michael Keaton is on the cast!
Â Between cooking, cleaning, and running after the kids, Keaton is in for a world of Batman-sized hurt.
Does everyone recall (wonderful word: have you signed the petition?) the Union general in Keaton's masterpiece, "The General (1924)?"
As he swims to his destination, Jenny Keaton is flying over that exact island Namor is on his way to, only to be shot out of the sky and crash land.
Diane Keaton is the most represented actress with 4 films on the list; Grace Kelly and Talia Shire each have 3 entries.
Also, remember that Michael Keaton is too skinny to be Batman as well.
Every time he called Keaton, Beatty was in bed next to her.
Diane Keaton is annoyingly-perfect as the Uptight Playwright Who Must Loosen Up, and Jack Nicholson plays himself for the seven zillionth time.
About the author: Lafayette F. Keaton is currently the President of the Lt. Vincent J. McDonald Chapter and the
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