Magazine advertisement for Stereo-REALIST 3-D camera (1949)
3 Biographical Movies
10 Print Biographies
1 Magazine Cover Photo
5' 10" (1.78 m)
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[when asked why he abandoned his Lonesome Luke character and that type of character] Charlie [Charles Chaplin
] had the market cornered on that. He had it down to a science.
Aside from two talking films,
The Milky Way
The Sin of Harold Diddlebock
(AKA "The Sin of Harold Diddlebock"), all films from 1922 through
, were owned by Lloyd. Many of the pre-1920 shorts were lost in a nitrate explosion in his film vault in 1943 and are now considered lost. A limited number of films rights were sold to Time-Life in 1998...
Excelled at thrill comedy which had his characters in jepoardy with dangerous stunts (i.e. the clock hanging scene in