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Love, Loot and Crash (1915)

 -  Short | Comedy  -  24 April 1915 (USA)
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A flustered father seeks a cook for his kitchen, his daughter seeks to elope and a pair of crooks seek to get some loot. Add the Keystone cops and stir vigorously.


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Cast overview:
Harold, Dora's Suitor
Fontaine La Rue ...
Mary, The Banker's Daughter (as Dora Rodgers)
Josef Swickard ...
Mary's Father, a Banker
William Hauber ...
Male Crook (as W.C. Hauber)
Fritz Schade ...
Plump Female Crook


A flustered father seeks a cook for his kitchen, his daughter seeks to elope and a pair of crooks seek to get some loot. Add the Keystone cops and stir vigorously.

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Tenth of twelve movies that starred The Keystone Cops. See more »


Edited into American Masters: Harold Lloyd: The Third Genius (1989) See more »

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Not a crash and burn, but didn't love it
25 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This Keystone comedy film is notable for containing early appearances by Charley Chase and Harold Lloyd, and to make it easier to identify them, Charley plays a character called Harold. It's not part of the series of Keystone films from this time that co-starred Chase and Mae Busch, but it still uses him as a general light comic romantic lead. He doesn't get very much to do, but he does stand out from the crowd for those who are looking: there is a great moment where he enthusiastically waves goodbye to his sweetheart while being fought off by the obligatory angry, disapproving father.

There is a lot of plotting of a robbery in the first half of the film, then the second half primarily relies on the concept of a male robber disguised as a woman (who, of course, is flirted with a bit) and the tension that results from the threat of his discovery. There's only so far this goes, but then the film is topped off by a typically elaborate Keystone Cops chase, which is well executed.

Harold Lloyd is unrecognizable in a couple shots as a fruit vendor whose stand keeps getting knocked over. It's a fair example of a prototypical 1910s Keystone one-reeler, but not the funniest of them.

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