The Three Ages

1923, Comedy, 1h 0m

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The rituals of courtship, romantic rivalry and love play out three times as a Man (Buster Keaton) vies with a Villain (Wallace Beery) for the Girl (Margaret Leahy). In the Stone Age, the rivalry is set off by dinosaurs, a turtle used as a Ouija board, and a round of golf with stones. In ancient Rome, the men display their brawn through a chariot race, using dogs instead of horses. In contemporary times, the Man finds himself overcome by modernity, including a very fragile car.

Cast & Crew

Wallace Beery
The Villain
Joe Roberts
The Girl's Father
Lillian Lawrence
The Girl's Mother
Kewpie Morgan
The Emperor, Cave Man, Roman Thug (uncredited)
Oliver Hardy
Caveman, Roman Thug
Blanche Payson
The Amazon (uncredited)
Robert Israel
Original Music
Elgin Lessley
Cinematographer
William McGann
Cinematographer
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