The General

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Byravan

Hilarious and so much good acting by the matchless Buster Keaton. I wish he was portraying a fellow helping the Union instead of the Confederate Army.

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sharon

GOOD MOVIES

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Alex

Not sure how anything about a loyal Southerner stopping those dastardly Union men could be a classic. The Lost Cause should be lost and forgotten, Keaton or not.

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VELLORE

Excellent movie

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Joanne Caban

Great movie!

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Timothy Barre

Awesome!

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Marty

Loved it!

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