Harold Lloyd and his many faces  (c. 1910’s - 1920’s)

Why Worry? (1923)

Harold Lloyd - “Why Worry?” (1923)

Why Worry? (1923)

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Harold is very confused about animal species - "Among Those Present" (1921)


"Haunted Spooks" (1920)

"Haunted Spooks" (1920)


"Love Business" (1931)

"Love Business" (1931)


"Move On" (1917)

"Move On" (1917)


Harold Lloyd - "I’m On My Way" (1919)

Harold Lloyd - "I’m On My Way" (1919)

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

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

Harold Lloyd uses his hat to flirt adorably with a girl in Hey There - 1918

Mildred Davis and Harold Lloyd smooch in the finale of “Safety Last” (1923)

Mildred Davis had a terrible fear of heights, and was very afraid to do the scene, so Harold sweetened the deal by giving her a beautiful diamond brooch as an incentive. There were also two men holding her ankles, out of camera range, to make her feel more secure.

Harold Lloyd

Bumping Into Broadway - (1919)

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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)