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|HAROLD LLOYD TREASURY COLLECTION 5 DVD
|Tytuł oryginalny:||Smiles And Spectacles A Harold Lloyd Treasury|
Kolekcja 23 filmów Harolda Lloyda na 5 płytach DVD
All Aboard (1917) - Harold plays a stowaway to Bermuda in this rare, very early glasses-character short, the highlight of which is a heart-stopping sequence on a streetcar. 9 mins.
Are Crooks Dishonest? (1918) - Harold plays a con artist who tries to outwit a phony psychic, played by Bebe Daniels (42nd Street), but she turns the tables on him. 13 mins.
The City Slicker (1918) - Harold gets a job at a country inn and tries to modernize it with all sorts of newfangled gizmos and gadgets. 7 mins.
The Non-Stop Kid (1918) - Harold masquerades as Professor M.T. Noodle (get it?) so he can win impress the father of the fair Bebe Daniels. 12 mins.
Two-Gun Gussie (1918) - Harold plays a mild-mannered piano player in a western saloon who is mistaken by the sheriff for a ruthless killer. 10 mins.
A Sammy in Siberia (1919) - Very rare Lloyd short in which Harold plays an American doughboy (called a "Sammy" after Uncle Sam) in Russia who protects a family against some renegade Bolsheviks. 9 mins.
Ask Father (1919) - Bebe Daniels insists Harold ask her father for her hand in marriage, but every time he tries to see him, Harold is thrown out of the father's office! Contains a pre-Safety Last scene with Harold climbing a building. 13 mins.
Billy Blazes, Esq. (1919) - Another western-themed Lloyd short with Harold riding to the rescue of a town that's being held at the mercy of a crooked villain. 12 mins.
Bumping into Broadway (1919) - In a theatrical boardinghouse, Harold is a struggling playwright who sacrifices all for a struggling actress (Bebe Daniels). 21 mins.
Don't Shove (1919) - Harold's answer to Chaplin's The Rink, with Lloyd vying for the attention of Bebe Daniels at her birthday party and a skating rink. 10 mins.
Captain Kidd's Kids (1919) - A groom-to-be (Harold) passes out after his bachelor party and dreams he's on board a ship and being held hostage - by female pirates! 22 mins.
Just Neighbors (1919) - Madness turns to mayhem when Harold and wife Bebe Daniels try to build a garden shed and get mixed up with laundry and chickens. 9 mins.
From Hand to Mouth (1919) - Harold is a penniless drifter who crosses paths with a wealthy heiress (Mildred Davis, in her first film with Lloyd, who later became her real-life husband). 18 mins.
His Royal Slyness (1920) - Harold's answer to The Prisoner of Zenda, with Lloyd as an American who travels to an obscure European country to impersonate the Prince. 20 mins.
An Eastern Westerner (1920) - Harold is a city slicker who is sent west to become more macho. Lloyd's first film after losing half of his right hand when a "prop" bomb exploded. Note the glove, which he'll use for the rest of his career. 23 mins.
High and Dizzy (1920) - In another foreshadowing of films to come, Harold plays a doctor who gets drunk and winds up on the ledge of a hotel, high above the traffic. 26 mins.
Number, Please? (1920) - At a seaside resort, Harold tries to win back his ex (Mildred Davis) and encounters mean dogs, a mischievous goat, skeptical cops, and a mirror-filled funhouse along the way. 23 mins.
Now or Never (1921) - Mary (Mildred Davis) is babysitting little Dolly (Anna Mae Bilson, who appeared in the very first Our Gang short). After they board a train to go meet Harold, all hell breaks loose, with Harold winding up having to mind the little girl all by himself! 35 mins.
Among Those Present (1921) - Harold is a penniless hat-check attendant who pretends he's an English nobleman in order to impress a rich girl (Mildred Davis) - who is unimpressed by wealth! 38 mins.
Grandma's Boy (1922) - Harold's first feature-length film finds him playing a coward who is afraid to go after the bully that stole his girl, so Grandma gives him a magical charm. 61 mins.
Dogs of War (1923) - A vintage Our Gang short in which the gang disrupts a movie set where Harold Lloyd (played rather convincingly by Harold Lloyd) is filming Why Worry?. 21 mins.
The Milky Way (1936) - Probably Harold's best sound film, due to the sure-handed direction of Leo McCarey (Duck Soup, The Awful Truth). Harold is a timid milkman who is duped into becoming a prize fighter. Costars Adolphe Menjou and Lionel Stander appeared in A Star is Born the following year. 87 mins.
The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947) - The combined talents of Harold Lloyd, Preston Sturges - and Howard Hughes - went into this whimsical farce with Lloyd as a down-on-his-luck clerk who becomes inebriated and winds up getting involved with a horse, Margaret Hamilton (The Wizard of Oz), and thirty-seven lions! 85 mins.
Character Studies (1927) - A rare silent curiosity in which Harold Lloyd appears as himself, along with Buster Keaton, Fatty Arbuckle, Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks, and Jackie Coogan also appearing as themselves. 6 mins.
Total: Approx. 600 mins./10 hrs.
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Harold Lloyd may not be as well-known as Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, but he was wildly popular in the 1910s and 1920s and his comedies remain fresh after more than 80 years.
Best known for his irrepressible smile and daredevil stunts, Lloyd combined an appealing down-to-earth persona with an incredibly athletic (and in some cases literally death-defying) physicality.
Here is Harold in 23 films, ranging from his early one-reelers with lovely Bebe Daniels, through the silent shorts opposite his future wife, Mildred Davis, and on to some genuinely worthwile talkies. No fan of classic comedy should miss out!
• All Aboard (1917)
• Are Crooks Dishonest? (1918)
• The City Slicker (1918)
• The Non-Stop Kid (1918)
• Two-Gun Gussie (1918)
• A Sammy in Siberia (1919)
• Ask Father (1919)
• Billy Blazes, Esq. (1919)
• Bumping into Broadway (1919)
• Don't Shove (1919)
• Captain Kidd's Kids (1919)
• Just Neighbors (1919)
• From Hand to Mouth (1919)
• His Royal Slyness (1920)
• An Eastern Westerner (1920)
• High and Dizzy (1920)
• Number, Please? (1920)
• Now or Never (1921)
• Among Those Present (1921)
• Grandma's Boy (1922)
• Dogs of War (1923)
• The Milky Way (1936)
• The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947)
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