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In this short 1959 article by Robert de Roos, the silent film comedian Buster Keaton (1895 1966) looks back some 39 years at one of the great comedic scenes in film history:

"The longest, loudest laugh in movie history exploded in theaters all over the world in 1920. That colossal, eruptive, cumulative bellow of laughter closed a two reel silent comedy called HARD LUCK, starring that master of slapstick and deadpan pantomime, Buster Keaton."

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''The Biggest Laugh in the History of Silent Film'' (Coronet Magazine, 1959)

''The Biggest Laugh in the History of Silent Film'' (Coronet Magazine, 1959)

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