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Comedy, Short Films, Silent
Silent comedy star Harold Lloyd is, along with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, one of the three big names of the era. This collection of eight short films and one feature was made during 1918-22 when Lloyd and director Hal Roach developed his famous "glasses" character, called simply, Harold. Highlights include him trying to make a phone call in Number, Please, being stuck on a skyscraper building site in Never Weaken, and beating the town bully in feature Grandma's Boy.
The calamitous Mr Bean is tasked with transporting a priceless piece of art to America. Classic British humour reminiscent of the silent era.
7–14 years 90 mins
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