In 1926, he was on the backlot of Archie Maplin's production company the day Leo Miller and Maximilian Love, two Terronite criminals, were apprehended by the Tenth Doctor. He aided a cameraman in capturing much of the chase on film. (COMIC: Silver Scream)
Behind the scenes Edit
- In A Life in the Day, the film which Liv and and Martin saw was The Goat.
- In Silver Scream, the cameraman refers to Keaton's last independent silent film, 1928's Steamboat Bill, Jr. as they film, referencing the Doctor and Maplin surviving a building facade falling on top of them due to a well-placed window, a gag that is used in that film. Keaton is afforded a named cameo, unlike fellow star Charlie Chaplin, whom IDW was not able to negotiate the rights to use as the protagonist of the story arc.
- Keaton's final film performance was in the 1966 musical comedy film A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum which also starred Jon Pertwee, Peter Butterworth, and Ingrid Pitt who was uncredited.