Today is the 115th birth anniversary of Buster Keaton, whom Roger Ebert calls “the greatest actor-director in the history of the movies.”
Snip from the description of the film:
As "the railrodder" he crosses Canada from east to west on a railway track speeder. True to his genre, the film is full of sight gags as Keaton putt-putts his way to British Columbia. Not a word is spoken throughout, and Keaton is as spry and ingenious at fetching laughs as he was in the days of the silent slapsticks.