"Our Hospitality" (1923)

"Our Hospitality" (1923)


“Safety Last”  (1923)

“Safety Last”  (1923)

Jobyna Ralston and Harold Lloyd

Why Worry? (1923)


Harold counts his quarters in “Safety Last” (1923)

Harold counts his quarters in “Safety Last” (1923)


"Safety Last" (1923)

"Safety Last" (1923)

Harold is trapped in a laundry truck!  “Safety Last” (1923)


"Safety Last" (1923)

"Safety Last" (1923)

saisonciel:

Pola Negri, 1923

saisonciel:

Pola Negri, 1923

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd gets sassy with Noah Wallace while Bill Strothers looks on in "Safety Last" (1923)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd gets sassy with Noah Wallace while Bill Strothers looks on in
"Safety Last" (1923)

bettina-dawes:

Movie references:

Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967) Vs. Safety Last! (1923) + High and Dizzy (1920)

Jobyna Ralston and Harold Lloyd

Why Worry? (1923)

lilipopeline:

Nita Naldi, 1923.

lilipopeline:

Nita Naldi, 1923.

"The Love Nest" (1923)

"The Love Nest" (1923)

"Safety Last" (1923)

Animation re-enactment of how the clock sequence was shot in “Safety Last” (1923), using a platform, prop clock face and set facade on top of the actual building located at 908 S. Broadway, in downtown Los Angeles.  There was a mattress below, but as you can see, no guard rails. The building is 9 stories high and is still extant today.

Screen stills from “Locations and Effects” documentary clip included in the Criterion release of “Safety Last” (1923)