Harold Lloyd


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United States comic actor in silent films

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Pauline Scott takes up the story, saying: "I remember my father was very keen on the films of Harold Lloyd, so he was a perfect name for a colt out of Silent Act.
Right, regular Friday night films at the |Holy Cross Mission included Harold Lloyd and Laurel & Hardy
I made my own first contact with Lloyd material, composing scores for the Thames Television documentary series Hollywood and subsequently the biographical series Harold Lloyd - the Third Genius.
They will be headed by Harold Lloyd with further comedy supplied by the likes of Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin and Laurel and Hardy.
But his great passion is for silent film stars and early screen actors like Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd and Mary Pickford.
Step forward Wojciech Szczesny and Laurent Koscielny who collided like extras from a Harold Lloyd movie to hand Birmingham City the Carling Cup on Sunday afternoon.
Mr Shapps hit back on Twitter, saying Mr Kemp was like the "hapless Harold Lloyd, though unlike Richard that character was always silent.
of the Pacific) takes readers from the humorous films of Harold Lloyd from the silent era, through the Depression and into the complex prosperity of the 1950s in her study of how architecture acts as an emblem of desire and class values.
SILENT movie actor Harold Lloyd demonstrates one way of fixing the leap second.
There would be no chance of Harold Lloyd or Keaton being allowed to make a film nowadays - they were just so dangerous.
Hollywood has always had its hands in making sports films, going back to when Harold Lloyd was doing crazy things with nutty props, through a bunch of crazies trying to pass off themselves as "The Comebacks.
THE STORY: Harold Lloyd is rightly acclaimed as one of the greatest comic stars of silent cinema.
With this solid base of talent, Sennett's Keystone Studios soon built a reputation as the silent screen's foremost comedy mill, launching the careers of such comic geniuses as Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and, of course, Mabel Normand, the best comic actress of her time.
Retailing guru Harold Lloyd, a top-rated speaker at industry gatherings, will keynote the seminar with a call for chicken marketers to take a more important leadership position in the food marketplace.