~Our Hospitality~
~Plot Synopsis~
Sole surviving son William McKay settles a family feud by marrying the rival feudist's daughter,
Virginia Canfield. Before the wedding, city boy McKay attempts to escape the little Kentucky hamlet
unobserved. When the Canfield men give chase, he hitches a ride on a pioneer railroad train, then is
swept over a high falls. A floating log saves McKay, and he rescues Virginia when she follows the
chase and falls in the water.

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by:
John G. Blystone
Buster Keaton

Written by:
Jean C. Havez  - story, scenario & titles
Clyde Bruckman  - story, scenario & titles  
Joseph A. Mitchell - story, scenario & titles

Joe Roberts ...  Joseph Canfield
Francis X. Bushman Jr. ...  Canfield's Son
Craig Ward ...  Canfield's Son
Monte Collins ...  The Parson
Joe Keaton ...  The Engineer
Kitty Bradbury ...  Aunt Mary
Natalie Talmadge ...  The Girl - Canfield's Daughter
Buster Keaton Jr. ...  Willie McKay - 1 Year Old
Buster Keaton ...  Willie McKay - 21 Years Old
Erwin Connelly ...  Husband Quarreling with Wife (uncredited)
Edward Coxen ...  John McKay (uncredited)
James Duffy ...  Sam Gardner (uncredited)
Jean Dumas ...  Mrs. McKay (uncredited)
Tom London ...  James Canfield (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Joseph M. Schenck Productions

Released by: Metro Pictures Corporation

Cinematography by: Gordon Jennings & Elgin Lessley
Art Direction by: Fred Gabourie
Costume Design by: Walter J. Israel
Stunts: Chick Collins, Buster Keaton & Ernie Orsatti
Lighting & Electrician: Denver Harmon
Presenter: Joseph M. Schenck
Technical Director: Fred Gabourie

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 73 Minutes
Released: November 19, 1923