That’s correct! Buster Keaton’s silent era masterpiece. The stunt work is breathtaking, the effects are all real (including a train crashing down from a collapsed bridge), and the comedy still works. It’s one of my favorite movies ever.
I’m curious about the sides chosen. It’s said that Keaton insisted on making the heroes the Confederacy, and that audiences wouldn’t accept villainous Southerners. Times sure have changed on that score.
You’re at bat, @Nightgaunt.