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The Non-Stop Kid (1918)

 -  Comedy | Short  -  12 May 1918 (USA)
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Bebe is surrounded by suitors, but her father wants her to marry Professor M. T. Noodle. Harold makes his move by impersonating the professor.

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Harold
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Snub, the butler (as Harry Pollard)
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Miss Wiggle
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
William Blaisdell ...
Bebe's father
Sammy Brooks ...
Short bearded man
Billy Fay ...
Prof. Fay
William Gillespie ...
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Lew Harvey ...
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Bud Jamison ...
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Margaret Joslin ...
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Gus Leonard ...
Old man at party
J. Darcie 'Foxy' Lloyd ...
(as James Darsie Lloyd)
Charles Stevenson ...
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Dorothea Wolbert ...
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Noah Young ...
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The popular young Miss Wiggle has many upper-class suitors, but she prefers Harold to any of them. Her father, though, chases Harold away, because he is arranging for his daughter to marry Professor Noodle. When Harold learns this, he intercepts the Professor on his way to tea at the Wiggles' house, and he then impersonates the Professor. Written by Snow Leopard

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A new style
16 June 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

After a couple of years of Lonesome Luke, Harold Lloyd and Hal Roach decided to try a new character, the "Glasses" character that Lloyd always referred to as "The Boy." Dressed in a straw boater, glasses and an ascot tie -- the Ascot would disappear about 1922 -- the character, like Douglas Fairbanks' screen character, was recognizable human, slightly larger than life and, in the end, enormously and properly popular. In this early effort, however, although the look is fine, the technique is not quite there -- Lloyd remains a knockabout slapstick comedian. He's fun, but he's not quite Harold Lloyd yet.

The entire cast seems to be on the edge of the new style. There are plenty of characters in here dressed in silly facial hair, but even Snub Pollard is given his proper name in the credits.


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