A low-budget industrial film shot for Eastman Kodak in 1963, The Triumph Of Lester Snapwell shows all troubles of a man (named Lester Snapwell - Keaton), who, in the late 1860's, tries to photograph his sweetheart, Clementine, (Nelsson) and her mother (Varela). However, he has too much trouble with the bulky camera. Then he is accidently killed and father time transports him forward, and In each successive era, Lester struggles with the photographic technology of the day. When he arrives in the'current' 1960's, the new "Kodak Instamatic" camera puts all of Lester's troubles to rest.
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Restored, color corrected video version produced by Bruce Lawton and Charles Churchman. Released on the DVD collection, INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH KEATON. See more