According to the Criterion Forum, Eureka's 'Masters of Cinema' is serving up a real treat for April: Plus, the acclaimed documentary from Kevin Brownlow Buster Keaton - A Hard Act to Follow comes in R2 next month from Network, who also have cover art and specs up for The Buster Keaton Chronicles on their site. The six disc set, which looks to have been considerably upgraded since the original announcement, includes: One Week The Saphead Convict 13 The Scarecrow Neighbors The Haunted House The Goat The Boat The Playhouse The Paleface Cops My Wife’s Relations The Blacksmith The Frozen North The Electric House Day Dreams The Balloonatic The Love Nest The Three Ages Our Hospitality (Thames Silent Version) Sherlock Jr. The Navigator Seven Chances Go West Battling Butler The General (Thames Silent Version) College Steamboat Bill Jr. The Great Stone Face (1968 documentary -100 minutes) That Network set is just £17.99 at HMV, Meanwhile, Cinema Club, who gave us the magnificent 2-disc set of The General, look set to do it again. Next month, they release a three-disc set featuring Keaton's College, Steamboat Bill Jr. and Three Ages. Play.com has the set at a penny short of £24 here, but check out the extras: College: Introductions by David Robinson, British film critic and official Charlie Chaplin biographer The Buster Keaton Show: an episode from Keaton's 1949 live TV show (B&W, 27 mins) Candid Camera (6 mins): an excerpt from an episode of Candid Camera called Request Night featuring Keaton Run, Girl, Run: 1928 short film (18 mins) Ball Park: B&W silent animation featuring a slugger ape and a fearful umpire (6 mins) Sport Chumpions: 1941 Warner Brothers Merrie Melodies short animation (7 mins) The Keaton Collection: short excerpts of various Buster Keaton films including The Three Ages, Our Hospitality, Sherlock Jr., The Navigator, Seven Chances, Go West, The General, College and Steamboat Bill, Jr. Steamboat Bill, Jr Introduction by David Robinson (6 mins) Frame By Frame: David Robinson takes you through the stunts frame by frame (7 mins) Back Stage: an exerpt from this short filmed in 1919, starring Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton (3 mins) One Week: an excerpt from the 1920 short written, directed and starring Buster Keaton (7 mins) The River: 1938 Depression-era documentary describing the importance of the Mississippi to the U.S. (30 mins) The Mississippi River Flood of 1927: B&W / silent footage of the 1927 Mississippi flood disaster (2 mins) Down South: animated short (7 mins) The Keaton Collection Three Ages Introduction by David Robinson Frame By Frame: David Robinson takes you through the stunts frame by frame (4 mins) Choose The Age - Stone / Roman / Modern: the movie broken into 3 two-reelers so the viewer can see each age on its own The Triumph Of Lester Snapwell: excerpt from 1963 short promotional film advertising the Instamatic camera starring Buster Keaton (8 mins) Intolerance: excerpt from D.W. Griffiths Intolerance which Keaton's Three Ages parodies so effectively (7 mins) Why They Love Cavemen: a 1921 short animated comedy (5 mins) The Keaton Collection What a set that appears to be!