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.


Girl Shy - (1924)

Girl Shy - (1924)

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)

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"Take A Chance" (1918)

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"Take A Chance" (1918)

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


"Never Weaken" (1921)

"Never Weaken" (1921)

Harold Lloyd and a pesky little friend - “Never Weaken” (1921)


"Girl Shy" (1924)

"Girl Shy" (1924)


"Now Or Never" (1921)

"Now Or Never" (1921)

Bad kitty!…………………………… “I Do” (1921)


"Now Or Never" (1921)

"Now Or Never" (1921)


Harold Lloyd c. 1919
Photo by Albert Witzel  (It was at this portrait sitting at the Witzel studios, and in a different pose that the infamous “prop” bomb exploded, landing Lloyd in the hospital and permanently injuring/disfiguring his right hand).

Harold Lloyd c. 1919

Photo by Albert Witzel  (It was at this portrait sitting at the Witzel studios, and in a different pose that the infamous “prop” bomb exploded, landing Lloyd in the hospital and permanently injuring/disfiguring his right hand).


"Now Or Never" (1921)

"Now Or Never" (1921)