Love hasnâ€™t changed much over the ages. Or has it? In Buster Keatonâ€™s first independent feature film, he parodies love and romance across the prehistoric, roman and â€˜modernâ€™ ages. A keen satire of DW Griffith's Intolerance, this early classic from Keaton, arguably cinema's greatest-ever comic, foreshadows the historical comedy of Mel Brooks and Monty Python.
DVD Special Features
* Stunt sequence analysis
* THE TRIUMPH OF LESTER SNAPWELL short film featuring Buster Keaton
* Excerpts of DW Griffiths film INTOLERANCE (parodied in THE THREE AGES)
* WHY THEY LOVE CAVEMEN, shadowgraph cartoon
* Trailer for A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM featuring Buster Keaton