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Safety Last!
The comic genius of silent star Harold Lloyd is eternal. Chaplin is the sweet innocent, Keaton the stoic outsider, but Lloyd--the modern guy striving for success--is us. And with its torrent of perfectly executed gags and astonishing stunts, SAFETY LAST!…
High and Dizzy
Harold Lloy plays a tipsy doctor encounters his patient (Mildred Davis) sleepwalking on a building ledge, high above the street.
An Eastern Western
Harold is a spoiled east coast youth packed off to a ranch in the west in this fast and furious parody of western films. Nominated, Saturn Award - Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films 2006 (Best DVD Collection)
Never Weaken
Working in different offices in the same commercial high rise building, twenty-one year old Harold (Lloyd) and eighteen year old Mildred (Davis) more often think about being together than they do about their work. They being close to each other…
Get Out and Get Under
Harold Lloyd plays an aspiring amateur actor who wakes up late to a very important production, rushing through arguments and a litany of car problems in this silent short that proves road rage is as old as the Model T…
Dr. Jack
Country Doctor, Jack Jackson (Harold Lloyd) is called in to treat the Sick-Little-Well-Girl (Mildred Davis), who has been making Dr. Saulsbourg (Eric Mayne) and his sanitarium very rich, after years of unsuccessful treatment. His old-fashioned methods do the trick and…
Get Out and Under
Titled after the popular song, the film features Harold's misadventures with his Model T Ford. Nominated, Saturn Award - Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films 2006 (Best DVD Collection)
I Do
And the nontraditional means of joy and excitement rather than medicine. Dr. Jack comes to the rescue of the Sick-Little-Well-Girl (Mildred Davis) who is deliberately coddled by her quack doctor (Eric Mayne).
Number Please
Harold must chase down a small dog running loose in a beach resort (filmed on location in Santa Monica) with a merry-go-round climax.
A Sailor Made Man
Harold is introduced as "The Boy--Idle heir to twenty millions--And a nerve that would blunt the edge on forked lightning." At the country club, he gets the attention of a popular girl (Mildred Davis) by saying, "It's too hot to…