Magazine advertisement for Stereo-REALIST 3-D camera (1949)
3 Biographical Movies |
10 Print Biographies |
1 Portrayal |
91 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 7½" (1.71 m)
Did You Know?
The man who tries to be funny is lost. To lose one's naturalness is always to lose the sympathy of your audience.
Aside from two talking films, The Milky Way
(1936) & The Sin of Harold Diddlebock
(1947) (AKA "The Sin of Harold Diddlebock"), all films from 1922 through Grandma's Boy
(1922), 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, and released on VHS ...
Excelled at thrill comedy which had his characters in jepoardy with dangerous stunts (i.e. the clock hanging scene in Safety Last!