Safety Last!

Safety Last!
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Ryan

Harold's stunts are out of this world, flabbergast-inducing, still to this day. He must have been in excellent physical shape to pull of this stuff! The non-Harold cast give great performances too!

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Tom

I first saw this film on the closing night of the Silent Film Festival in San Francisco a couple of years ago. The film was shown with accompanied live orchestra and the experience was absolutely mesmerizing. I used to find myself shy away from early silent film thinking it was only for the ...Read more

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Sue

I love the fact that I can see both my grandparents (Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis) in Safety Last!. It's wonderful to see them together and watch their romance blossom in the film. I remember Harold telling me that the reason he and Mildred didn't star in any films together after they got ...Read more

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