Love Nest on Wheels
|Love Nest on Wheels|
|Directed by||Buster Keaton
|Produced by||E.H. Allen|
|Written by||Paul Girard Smith
William Hazlett Upson
|Distributed by||Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation|
|Release date(s)||March 26, 1937|
|Running time||20 minutes|
Love Nest on Wheels is a 1937 film directed by Buster Keaton and Charles Lamont. The Internet Movie Database cites the plot as "Elmer, the eldest son in a family of hillbillies who manage a hotel, attempts to raise money to save the hotel from foreclosure." The film borrows heavily from Keaton's 1918 film The Bell Boy.
The film is notable because it is one of the only times that Buster Keaton appeared onscreen with his family, whom he had performed with in vaudeville.
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