Cleverly shot two-reeler finds Buster Keaton down on his luck, and accidentally mistaken for an escaped criminal, Dead Shot Dan. Lots of inventive visual gags and frenetic action distinguish this short comedy, which also features some early use of widescreen.
A really nice silent comedy that revolves around a mistaken identity with very enjoyable humour and chase scenes. I really admire how great the filmmakers back then managed humour and creative scenes with the limited resources they had. As other movies from the time, "The Goat" keeps making me feel nostalgic about a time period that I didn't even experienced.