In order to get his daughter away from her suitors, father decides to spirit her away to Bermuda. Our hero, however, stows away on the ship. When discovered, he is credited with catching a ... See full summary »

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In order to get his daughter away from her suitors, father decides to spirit her away to Bermuda. Our hero, however, stows away on the ship. When discovered, he is credited with catching a crook, thus winning a reward . . . and the girl. Written by Herman Seifer <alagain@aol.com>

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25 November 1917 (USA)  »

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Not Your Grandfather's Harold Lloyd
4 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is Harold Lloyd before he became the lovable everyman that is more common of his work from the 1920s. Lloyd is brash and cocky, not the naive man who would star in "The Freshman" or the dare-devil of "Safety Last". He's in love with Bebe Daniels, and really, who wouldn't be - but her parent don't approve of Harold. They want her to marry the "barren" and go to Bermuda, the land of the festive onion (or festered bunion).

For the most part, this is fairly standard slapstick of the era, including the exaggerated facial hair of the "villain". Expect people getting kicked in the seat of their pants, knocked off the dock into the water, heavy objects being dropped on people's feet, etc. And, since part of the movie takes place on a ship at sea, there's the almost obligatory mass seasickness among the passengers - exacerbated by the amplified rocking of the ship back and forth.

I'm not familiar with Lloyd's "Lonesome Luke" character, except that it's usually considered to be somewhat similar to Chaplin's tramp and much of Lloyd's acting in "All Aboard" is similar to Chaplin's of a year or so earlier.


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