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Safety Last! is a American silent romantic comedy film starring Harold Lloyd . It includes one of the most famous images from the silent film era: Lloyd. Comedy Harold Lloyd in Safety Last! () Harold Lloyd and Noah Young in Safety Last! () Harold Lloyd in Safety Last! () Noah Young in Safety Last! (). After Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, the silent film era's "third genius" was Harold Lloyd, who stars in this Horatio Alger-style story of an average country boy .
29 Feb The image of Harold Lloyd hanging desperately from the hands of a skyscraper clock during Safety Last! () is one of the great icons of film. And with its torrent of perfectly executed gags and astonishing stunts, Safety Last! is the perfect introduction to him. Lloyd plays a small-town bumpkin trying to. Safety Last () earned Harold Lloyd, the bookish, horn-rimmed glasses, straw -hat-wearing comedian and Everyman hero, his nickname "the King of.
Safety Last! was Harold Lloyd's fourth and most complex “thrill” comedy. He came upon the idea for the film after witnessing a so-called “human fly” climb up the. The comic genius of silent star Harold Lloyd is eternal. Chaplin was the sweet innocent, Keaton the stoic outsider, but Lloyd—the modern guy striving for. 17 Mar Safety Last! is likely the quintessential Harold Lloyd film, the one that seems to define his entire career, and the one that identifies him as chiefly. Safety Last! () is a seven-reel silent comedy film from Hal Roach Studios, starring Harold Lloyd. Harold Lloyd plays, uh, Harold Lloyd, who is a clerk . When a store clerk organizes a contest to climb the outside of a tall building, circumstances force him to make the perilous climb himself.
Silent film icon Harold Lloyd used physical humor to create awe-inspiring spectacles—truly treacherous feats of derring-do for him and his stuntmen that left. Safety Last. By Richard W. Bann. A man wearing glasses and a straw hat, dangling from a clock atop a tall building. This image of Har- old Lloyd, the King of. And with its torrent of perfectly executed gags and astonishing stunts, Safety Last! is the perfect introduction to his world. Lloyd plays a small-town bumpkin trying. Even (or perhaps, particularly) when [the clock gag] is removed from its carefully motivated context, the image maintains its force and piquancy as a metaphor of.