I've always wondered who did the vocals for "Go Your Own Way" and "Second Hand News" and one or two other tracks.
You, sir, are one lucky person to have met these 4 and to have a father who was willing to visit Larry for you. Happy belated birthday to your father.
I'm not sure if Buster was being serious or not, but my guess is that was another D.W. Griffith parody. Griffith did the same historical accuracy thing on the bottom of title cards, (i.e. based on a print or painting or photograph or whatever), in a lot of his films. The Lincoln assasination scene in BIRTH OF A NATION comes to mind.
How did we all review this without mentioning Buster's version of "New York City, 1830"??