Harold Lloyd Collection

Harold Lloyd Collection
Harold Lloyd Collection

Year

1921

Duration

1746 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Short Films, Silent

Language

English

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Synopsis

Not quite as famous as his contemporaries Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, clown prince of silent slapstick Harold Lloyd was certainly as influential as both indeed, he was one of the first film-makers to use the feature-length format. More prolific than Chaplin or Keaton, Lloyd's daredevil comic stunts, such as the famous clock-hanging sequence in Safety Last! (1923), were often dreamed up and executed with jaw-dropping speed. This collection of features and shorts has ensured that his legacy as "the third genius" will live on. Note that this is a nine-disc collection.

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