This set contains all ten features made by Buster at his own studio in the 1920s, plus 17 of his nineteen shorts and his early acting role in the Metro feature "The Saphead". Mostly, these are the restored versions done by David Shepard in the USA, originally for release on videotape and laserdisc. The exceptions are "The General" and "Our Hospitality", which are presented in the Thames Silents versions done by Kevin Brownlow and David Gill, with music by Carl Davis (superb), plus the following films, which, unfortunately, are taken from ancient (and not very good) prints prepared by Raymond Rohauer: SHORTS The Boat, The Blacksmith, Cops, One Week, The Balloonatic FEATURES Three Ages, College, Steamboat Bill Jr. However, the only truly horrendous print is Steamboat, so, overall, this is a good set for Keaton beginners. A really good library of Keaton silents can be assembled by adding the MK2 3-disc set containing superior restorations of Three Ages, Steamboat Bill Jr and College, plus the Masters Of Cinema set containing the 2 missing Keaton shorts (Hard Luck, The High Sign), Keaton's early films with Roscoe Arbuckle, plus better copies of some of the other Keaton shorts (although a few on the Keaton Chronicles are actually superior). Also available from Amazon France are Buster's last two silents - The Cameraman and Spite Marriage, made at MGM.
In summary, the Keaton Chronicles set is well worth having!