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Harold Lloyd silent film star.  Dangerous stunts to say the least...

Dangerous stunts to say the least.

Harold Lloyd plays with his daughter, Gloria c. 1925

Harold Lloyd plays with his daughter, Gloria c.

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Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels showing off their real-life dancing skills in the comedy short "Young Mr. Jazz," 1919 [Animated GIF - enlarge thumbnail to see animation.

From Safety Last, in the early 20s. :) I love that movie.

As my final project for my music composition course, I wrote original music to this scene from Harold Lloyd's silent film "Safety Last". Harold is trying to .

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Mothic Flights And Flutterings, Broadway, 1920 New York City

Harold Lloyd *silent film actor*

Harold Lloyd - A Pictorial History of the Silent Screen.

Animation re-enactment of the clock stunt in SAFETY LAST.  Harold Lloyd: possibly my biggest silent screen star crush.  I have it so bad for Harold Lloyd that I named my car Harold, just so I had a valid reason to say "Harold" out loud on a regular basis.

Animation re-enactment of the clock stunt in SAFETY LAST. Harold Lloyd: possibly my biggest silent screen star crush. I have it so bad for Harold Lloyd that I named my car Harold, just so I had a valid reason to say "Harold" out loud on a regular basis.

Probably the most famous of Harold's movies, Safety Last (1923)

Harold Lloyd, Safety Last

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Harold Lloyd in Safety Last! (1923)

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Harold Lloyd Compilation

The movie "Safety Last! Seen here from left, Mildred Davis as The Girl and Harold Lloyd as .

Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels kissing scene in “Two Gun Gussie” (1918)

Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels kissing scene in “Two Gun Gussie”

"Lloyd’s screen character was quite different from both Chaplin’s and mine. He played a mama’s boy who continually surprised everyone, including himself, by triumphing over an impossible situation and displaying, in fits and starts, the fighting heart of a lion. Often Lloyd seemed more acrobat than comedian. But whatever he was on the screen he always did a lot better than all right.“ - Buster Keaton in “Buster Keaton - My Wonderful World Of Slapstick” (1960)

F*** Yeah Harold Lloyd!, Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis……………………….A Sailor.

F*** Yeah Harold Lloyd!

F*** Yeah Harold Lloyd!

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