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1895, and was like most people of that time: unfunny,proper and boring, even though his parents were stage performers. Having a baby didn't cramp their style. They just tied the youngster to a support beam or stuck him in a trunk offstage to keep him out of the way while they performed, until the day he lost the end of his finger in a wash wringer accident. At age 21, Buster got sick of the vaudeville routine of getting hurled around by his skinny-ass father. He visited Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle's new studio.