Harold Lloyd

Bumping Into Broadway - (1919)

Harold Lloyd tries to hang himself with his tie in a shot that was not used in "Never Weaken" (1921)


Harold Lloyd
Never Weaken  (1921)

Harold Lloyd

Never Weaken  (1921)


The Bradbury Mansion in Los Angeles, CA - Occupied for years by various film companies and onetime home to Hal Roach’s Rollin Film Company.  It was so drafty that Harold Lloyd dubbed it “Pneumonia Hall”.  c. 1927   (Sadly, it was demolished in 1929.)

The Bradbury Mansion in Los Angeles, CA - Occupied for years by various film companies and onetime home to Hal Roach’s Rollin Film Company.  It was so drafty that Harold Lloyd dubbed it “Pneumonia Hall”.  c. 1927   (Sadly, it was demolished in 1929.)

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Lloyd and Luke!   c. Late 1910’s

mrseanroper:

Lloyd and Luke!   c. Late 1910’s

Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels - c. 1910’s

Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels - c. 1910’s

Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd play seesaw in “Take A Chance” (1918)

Harold Lloyd uses the hunt and peck method of typing in "Bumping Into Broadway" (1919)


Harold dusts off his typewriter - "Bumping Into Broadway" 1919)

Harold dusts off his typewriter - "Bumping Into Broadway" 1919)

"Take A Chance" (1918)

"Take A Chance" (1918)

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


Harold Lloyd and his one finger typing
Bumping Into Broadway - (1919)

Harold Lloyd and his one finger typing

Bumping Into Broadway - (1919)


 Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis - “Get Out And Get Under” (1920)

 Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis - “Get Out And Get Under” (1920)


Mildred Davis, inside Harold’s pocket watch - "Get Out And Get Under" (1920)

Mildred Davis, inside Harold’s pocket watch - "Get Out And Get Under" (1920)

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Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis

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Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis