Harold Lloyd - The Early Films Part 1

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Look Pleasant Please
Harold, unknowingly, switches places with a deviant photographer, and is attacked by Bebe's irate husband after she is kissed by the photographer.
Lonesome Luke Messenger
Luke and Snub work for a messenger service; they are sent on a delivery to a girls seminary where they are distracted from their duties by the pretty girls.
By The Sad Sea Waves
Harold masquerades as a life guard in order to woo some girls.
Bashful
Harold receives a telegram from his uncle in South America, promising one million dollars if he has a wife and child; his love interest, Bebe, agrees to pretend to be…
The Big Idea
Bebe is a clerk in an antique store; Harold helps her drum up business by sending out a phony telegram that there is $10,000 concealed in one of the store's…
A Gasoline Wedding
Bebe's father tries to secretly marry her off to a wealthy oaf; she and Harold make a run for it after disguising Snub in some of Bebe's clothes.

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