The art of Buster Keaton

Burr, Ty
December 1995
Entertainment Weekly;12/29/95-1/5/96, Issue 307/308, p142
Presents a review of the best and worst videos of 1995. `History of Rock `N' Roll; `Leave Her to Heaven'; `Heavenly Creatures'; `Exit to Eden' Others.


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