"Move On" (1917)

"Move On" (1917)


Harold Lloyd plays peek-a-boo in “Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)

Harold Lloyd plays peek-a-boo in “Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)


Bud Jamison, Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd  -“Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)

Bud Jamison, Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd  -“Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)

Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd are robbed by pickpockets in “Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)

Harold Lloyd’s love affair with a vampire - “Girl Shy” (1924)


"Girl Shy" (1924)

"Girl Shy" (1924)

Why Worry? (1923)

Harold Lloyd……………………………….Why Worry? (1923)

Bebe Daniels - “Are Crooks Dishonest?” (1918)

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Colorized photo of Bebe Daniels c. 1910s
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c0lorvintage:

Colorized photo of Bebe Daniels c. 1910s

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Actor Harold Lloyd in a still for his 1930 movie, Feet First
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c0lorvintage:

Actor Harold Lloyd in a still for his 1930 movie, Feet First

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Harold Lloyd  c. August 24th, 1919
Photo by Albert Witzel  (It was at this portrait sitting, and in a different pose that the infamous “prop” bomb exploded, landing Lloyd in the hospital and permanently injuring/disfiguring his right hand). 

Harold Lloyd  c. August 24th, 1919

Photo by Albert Witzel  (It was at this portrait sitting, and in a different pose that the infamous “prop” bomb exploded, landing Lloyd in the hospital and permanently injuring/disfiguring his right hand). 


Jobyna Ralston is Harold Lloyd’s nurse in “Why Worry?” (1923)
(In this photo you can clearly see the prosthetic glove he wore on his right hand in films, after the “prop” bomb accident on August 24th, 1919 in which he lost both his thumb, index finger and part of the hand itself.  It’s really remarkable how he went on to do most of his stunts himself in his films after that, in spite of his compromised hand).

Jobyna Ralston is Harold Lloyd’s nurse in “Why Worry?” (1923)

(In this photo you can clearly see the prosthetic glove he wore on his right hand in films, after the “prop” bomb accident on August 24th, 1919 in which he lost both his thumb, index finger and part of the hand itself.  It’s really remarkable how he went on to do most of his stunts himself in his films after that, in spite of his compromised hand).

Harold Lloyd

"Why Worry?" (1923)

Why Worry? (1923)