Today is none other than silent film titan Buster Keaton‘s 118th birthday. In light of this great event, it is worth noting that many of Keaton’s films are available in the public domain, and there are so many available online that it is difficult to know where to begin. This rings especially true of his early collaborations with Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle through the ’10s and ’20s. The Bellboy may be one their funniest shorts—the two actors play clumsy bellboys and hilarity ensues around the hotel in which they work. There are many notable moments, but the best scene comes midway when Keaton’s head gets stuck in an elevator that happens to be powered by a horse and Fatty desperately tries to free him (including an attempt to use a long wooden board to pry it out).