So. I really feel the need to preface this post with a disclaimer. I am not interested in Buster Keaton for his body. I mean, that would be weird, right? -- to think about a man who's been dead for 45 years in that way.
Truly, the guy is a more appropriate crush for my grandmothers than for me.
Besides, even if he were a bit more contemporary to my age, really, I'm not that shallow. His true charm is his talent.
Still, that said, you do just have to admire a man like Buster Keaton for so many reasons. . .
These very impressive photos come from a scene in The Camerman (1928), a movie which I have not seen. Although, I think its a pretty safe bet that I will soon.
In the movie, Buster has gone to a public pool and is about to change into his swimsuit in the tiny dressing room when a burly guy comes in to change and refuses to leave.
Hilarity ensues, as they say. But more importantly, Buster shows the world for all time what he -- (and what we had probably already guessed that he must) -- looks like in his skivvies.
Still, its nice to have proof. Very nice.