Go West (1925 film)
|Directed by||Buster Keaton|
|Produced by||Buster Keaton
Joseph M. Schenck
|Written by||Buster Keaton
|Music by||Konrad Elfers|
|Release dates||November 1, 1925|
|Running time||69 minutes|
Keaton portrays Friendless, who travels west to try to make his fortune. Once there, he tries his hand at bronco-busting, cattle wrangling, and dairy farming, eventually forming a bond with a cow named "Brown Eyes." Eventually he finds himself leading a herd of cattle through Los Angeles.
Seventy years after the release of the film guitarist Bill Frisell recorded a soundtrack accompaniment Go West: Music for the Films of Buster Keaton (1995). The Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra premiered its new score for the film in 2007.
- Buster Keaton - Friendless
- Howard Truesdale - Ranch owner
- Kathleen Myers - Ranch owner's daughter
- Ray Thompson - Ranch foreman
- Brown Eyes - The Cow 'Brown Eyes'
- Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle - Woman in department store (uncredited)
- Joe Keaton - Man in Barber Shop (uncredited)
- Gus Leonard - General store owner (uncredited)
- Babe London - Woman in department store (uncredited)
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