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Spring Fever (I) (1919)

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Harold is a bookkeeper who works in an office but can't keep his mind on his job -- the spring weather is too nice to stay indoors. After escaping from his office he romps in the park instead.

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George K. Arthur
Ray Brooks
Sammy Brooks
Lige Conley ...
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Wallace Howe
Bud Jamison
Mark Jones
Dee Lampton
Gus Leonard
Fred C. Newmeyer
E.J. Ritter
Charles Stevenson
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Harold is a bookkeeper who works in an office but can't keep his mind on his job -- the spring weather is too nice to stay indoors. After escaping from his office he romps in the park instead.

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29 June 1919 (USA)  »

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Frühlingsgefühle  »

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Referenced in American Masters: Harold Lloyd: The Third Genius (1989) See more »

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Harold Lloyd's World of Comedy
12 December 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

In the BBC2 versions of the repackaged Harold Lloyd shorts, this film is much more interesting to watch. It has a commentary during the story as well as incidental jazz music in the background. It's like Chaplin's re-issue of 'The Gold Rush' in 1941 with commentary.


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