Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd play seesaw in “Take A Chance” (1918)
Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd are robbed by pickpockets in “Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)
Bebe Daniels, 1920’s publicity photo by Edward Thayer Monroe
Bebe Daniels postcard, 1920s
Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd - “All Aboard” (1917)
Bebe Daniels - “Are Crooks Dishonest?” (1918)
Happy Birthday, Harold Clayton Lloyd (April 20th, 1893 - March 8th, 1971)
"My humor was never cruel or cynical. We just took life and poked fun at it. We made it so it could be understood the world over, without language barriers. We seem to have conquered the time barrier, as well."
Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels in “Look Out Below” (1919) - The first of Lloyd’s silent “thrill” comedies, and filmed beside the Hill Street balustrade in downtown Los Angeles. In the film, the railing wasn’t visible, thus giving the illusion that they were several stories above the ground.
And it followed that a boy and girl romance developed between Bebe and Harold Lloyd. He was her first ‘date’. By nature he was shy and it took him some time to pluck up the courage to ask Phyllis (Bebe’s mother) if he could take Bebe out. Phyllis was strict with Bebe as she was still underage. But Phyllis did agree that Harold could take her to movies and to dances, provided he brought her home ‘real early’.
Harold and Bebe were happy together and at one time very much in love. He asked her to marry him. He bought a diamond, had it made into a tie-pin, and if and when Bebe said ‘yes’, he would have it remade into an engagement ring. The diamond remained a tie-pin.
|—||From “Bebe And Ben” by Jill Allgood (quote about Bebe Daniel’s relationship with Harold Lloyd) - 1975. (via fyeah-haroldlloyd)|
Happy Birthday, Bebe Daniels (14th January, 1901- 16th March, 1971 - Capricorn).