Two spoiled rich people find themselves trapped on an empty passenger ship.
Here is an Austrian silent film from the 1920’s where a famous pianist loses both of his hands. He is able to get them replaced, only to find out they are the former hands of a murderer. Then all s**t breaks loose.
Buster Keaton plays a closet detective who works as a film projectionist. When he is framed for stealing his girlfriend’s father’s pocket watch by a rival, he let’s his detective persona out of the closet.
A series of mistaken identity mishaps manages to make a young man get chased by a big city’s entire police force. This is another great Buster Keaton short movie.
A Buster Keaton classic (aren’t they all?) where at his graduation he receives the wrong diploma. This is actually helpful to him because it gets him a job he uses to impress a lady he’s sweet on by installing electricity into their house. Of course, he actually has no idea what he’s doing. Comedy ensues…
Buster Keaton inadvertently becomes part of a Native American tribe in the middle of fighting off some wealthy white oil people who want their land.
A shiftless young man becomes obsessed with a mysterious woman and yearns to find her again.
A bank clerk ends up in a haunted house that isn’t what it seems. This is a classic Buster Keaton flick, can’t go wrong here.
Hypnotist Dr. Caligari uses a somnambulist, Cesare, to commit murders. This is a classic and a first in it’s genre. Many movies since have used the “Genius / Crazy Guy Controls Someone To Do Crazy Things” gimmick.