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Free and Easy

Free and Easy ★★½ Easy Go 1930

Keaton plays the incompetent manager of a beauty contest winner (Page) from Gopher City, Kansas. Page and her overbearing mother, accompanied by Keaton, go to Hollywood to make the girl a star. They gate-crash the MGM studio where all cause havoc and it turns out Keaton is the one who lands in front of the cameras (Page has to settle for romancing Montgomery). Provides a behind-the-scenes look at the MGM studio, with a number of MGM stars making cameo appearances. 92m/B VHS, DVD . Buster Keaton, Anita Page, Robert Montgomery, Trixie Friganza, Fred Niblo; Cameos: Cecil B. DeMille, Jackie Coogan, Lionel Barrymore, William Haines; D: Edward Sedgwick.

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