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1 June 1919 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Harold chasse les grands fauves  »

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Girl, Not Lost, But Limber
5 June 2008 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

The story is that Harold Lloyd abandoned his moderately successful 'Lonesome Luke' character and started up his familiar 'Glasses' character in order to do something different than the Chaplin-derived baggy-pants slapstick of the era. Well, if so, he still hadn't found his way yet to his classic comedies of the following decade.

In this one, he and Snub going camping up in the wilds, where they run into bears, mountain lions, a skunk, and Bebe Daniels and her gun, who falls for Harold's City Slicker ways. There isn't much beyond a few mechanically executed gags and Snub shaking in terror at the mountain lion. One of the bears gives the most amusing performance in the movie. For completists only.

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