Harold Lloyd

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Noun1.Harold Lloyd - United States comic actor in silent filmsHarold Lloyd - United States comic actor in silent films; he used physical danger as a source of comedy (1893-1971)
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Learn about the careers of three comedians crucial to the slapstick genre: Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and Harold Lloyd with photos, video clips, and stories.
| 1893: Harold Lloyd (pictured), bespectacled comedian famous for his stunt scenes, was born in Nebraska.
1893: Harold Lloyd, bespectacled comedian famous for his stunt scenes, was born in Nebraska.
1945) 1893 Harold Lloyd sr, American silent film actor (d.
Laurel and Hardy are two of cinema's biggest names but they don't command the financial clout of Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton or Harold Lloyd because they don't own their pictures.
1 (1933) Harold Lloyd Jenkins, better known as country music singer Conway Twitty, was born at Friars Point in Coahoma County
For instance, the main character in "Tracking Harold Lloyd" understands, after a few days of searching, that her new neighbor's missing dog likely does not exist, but she continues looking, if only to be kind to the lonely old woman.
Fellow silent movie comedy star Harold Lloyd lost his right thumb and forefinger and was temporarily blinded when a prop bomb exploded during publicity for his 1920 film Haunted Spooks.
Clocking on for work in Hollywood can be more more dangerous than you think, as Harold Lloyd, left, discovered - but Jackie Chan, above, could injure himself just hanging around
AI also played at the home of silent-movie actor Harold Lloyd, who had a court on his estate...
They produced early serials, perhaps the most well-known being oThe Perils of Pauline,o and distributed Harold Lloyd, Laurel and Hardy, and Our Gang, among others, all certainly known to movie buffs.
| Actor Harold Lloyd in a scene from the film The Sin of Harold Diddlebock.