Funny Coffee Drinking Acts by Buster Keaton, Laurel and Hardy & Others
Buster Keaton - My Wife's Relations (1922) Keaton pours coffee for Wilson, watching dumbstruck as he adds cube after cube of sugar. Keaton has a better solution: he pours the coffee into the sugar bowl, mashes it up a bit, and hands it to the happy in-law.
Charlie Chaplin - Modern Times (1936) For a scene involving rumbling stomachs, Charlie created the noises himself by blowing bubbles into a pail of water. The fact that Chaplin was sufficiently keen to create the effects himself in this way suggests the extent to which he was intrigued by sound problems at this time.
Laurel & Hardy - One Good Turn (1931) Can Laurel & Hardy enjoy a peaceful breakfast? Perhaps not! Watch them be their usual bickering selves in One Good Turn (1931).
The Three Stooges - Shivering Sherlocks (1948) This was the final Stooge film directed by long-time Stooge director Del Lord, as well as the only Stooge short he directed with Shemp Howard as a member of the team.
Morning Coffee with Mr.Bean Mr. Bean showing how to drink coffee when you are in hurry.
Buster Keaton Buster Keaton died of lung cancer even though his stunts were very dangerous, the stunts he did had nothing to do with his death.