Eureka To Release Buster Keaton The Saphead Blu-ray This August 2022

Eureka Entertainment are due to release Buster Keaton The Saphead on blu-ray later this August in the UK.

I’ve added a clip from Eureka’s new Buster Keaton release at the bottom of the page.

Buster Keaton: The Saphead Blu-ray

1080p presentation on Blu-ray from a restoration undertaken by the Cohen Film Collection from a first generation nitrate print

– Eureka Entertainment


  • Region: B
  • Discs: 1
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: TBA
  • Audio: Uncompressed LPCM Stereo
  • Running Time: 84 mins approx
  • Rating: U


  • Limited O-Card Slipcase (2000 copies)
  • Score by Andrew Earle Simpson
  • Brand New Audio Commentary with Film Historian/Writer David Kalat
  • New Video Essay by David Cairns
  • Complete Alternate Version of The Saphead (Comprised entirely of variant takes and camera angles)
  • A Pair of Sapheads – Featurette Comparing the Two Versions of the Film
  • The Scribe (1966, Dir. John Sebert) (29 mins)
  • Previously Unheard Audio Commentary on The Scribe with Director John Sebert
  • Buster Keaton in Conversation with Kevin Brownlow (2-hour audio interview with Keaton and film historian Kevin Brownlow from 1964)
  • 1958 Buster Keaton Interview (90 mins)
  • Buster Keaton: Radio Interview (Rarely heard interview with Keaton)
  • Collector’s Booklet
Buster Keaton The Saphead blu-ray

You can pre-order now from Amazon for £18.55 (Price as of 11.08.22)

Alternativley you can purchase directly from Eureka Entertainment’s website for £17.99

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Buster Keaton: The Saphead blu-ray releases on 29th August 2022 in the UK.

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