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Safety Last!
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Harold Lloyd Harold Lloyd
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Mildred Davis Mildred Davis
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Hal Roach Hal Roach
Sam Taylor Sam Taylor
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Inspiration First!

3 years, 8 months ago at Feb 19 18:43
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Harold Lloyd's building climbing stunt is one of the most awe-inspiring spectacles I've ever seen in a movie, done with a dogged dexterity and lovable enthusiasm worthy of comparison to Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin at their best. This masterpiece of physical and slapstick comedy made me laugh at inspired gags and gasp at startlingly convincing danger in equal measure.


6 years, 2 months ago at Aug 26 16:21
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speachless - the stunts - all his breathe taking - and believe it or not - he only had a few fingers left - timeless classic - deserves to be watched nearly 100 years later!


4 months ago at Jun 24 2:49
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DECEMBER 6TH, 2015 The most intelligent movie that I've ever seen! I have loved Harold Lyoyd after watching this movie! I feel sad because of the ending of the silent film and I would never see the movie like this!
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Description: Harold's a poor country boy who comes to the city to make good -- in hopes of eventually marrying his hometown sweetheart. In the meantime, however, he works as a department store clerk and sends his girl optimistic letters that lead her to believe he is well on his way to success. So, on her mother's advice, she packs her bags and goes to join him. Soon Harold's doing his best to convince her that he really is a boss... A high point: the justifiably famous scene where Lloyd climbs up the 12-story department store building, and hangs over the downtown streets on the hands of a clock. A 1920's "yuppie," Lloyd climbs ... (more)
Release date: 1 April 1923
Tags: Comedy (9), Silent (9), 1920s (6), 1923 (5), Romance (4), Action (3), Thriller (3), (3), Black And White (2), Usa (2), Family (2), B&w (2), Clock (2), Ambulance (2), Lift (1), Rooftop (1), Punctuation In Title (1), Tobacconist Stand (1), Mouse (1), Roommate (1)
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The most intelligent movie that I've ever seen! I have loved Harold Lyoyd after watching this movie! I feel sad because of the ending of the silent film and I would never see the movie like this!” read more

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