A few weeks ago, I finally got sick of the daily Disney/ Blue's Clues marathon my kids put me through, so I grabbed my old VHS copy of Buster Keaton's "The General" and put it on. It was a big hit, since my 5 year old loves trains. I then followed it up with "Steamboat Bill Jr.", because he also loves steamboats (thanks to a certain Mickey Mouse cartoon). I'm now looking for other recommendations for silent films that have a good amount of "visual comedy" that my kids might enjoy. I'll probably pick up "City Lights" and "The Gold Rush", but after that, I'm out of ideas. The only down side to all this is he insists I stay in the room so I can tell him what the dialog cards say!