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29 May 1921 (USA) See more »
An ambitious coat-room checker impersonates an English nobleman. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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AMONG THOSE PRESENT (Fred Newmeyer, 1921) *** See more (13 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Harold Lloyd ... The Boy

Mildred Davis ... The Girl
Aggie Herring ... Her Mother

James T. Kelley ... Her Father (as James Kelly)
Vera White ... The Society Pilot

William Gillespie ... The 'Hard-Boiled Party'
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rollin Aremz ... (uncredited)
Olive Barker ... (uncredited)
Hal Berg ... (uncredited)
K. Bleus ... (uncredited)

Roy Brooks ... (uncredited)
Sammy Brooks ... Guest (uncredited)
Bobby Brydon ... (uncredited)
Evelyn Burns ... (uncredited)
Jack Byron ... (uncredited)
Joe Campbell ... (uncredited)
Al Caukins ... (uncredited)
Margaret Cleveland ... (uncredited)
Barney Crozier ... (uncredited)
Mary Culver ... (uncredited)

Frank Daniels ... (uncredited)
Grace Darnell ... (uncredited)

Harry Davenport ... (uncredited)
Olive Ellingwood ... (uncredited)
W.H. Ely ... (uncredited)
Lillian Farrell ... (uncredited)
Nell Foltz ... (uncredited)
Carla Freege ... (uncredited)
Jim Gether ... (uncredited)
Louis Goldstone ... (uncredited)
Minette Grosse ... (uncredited)
Dorothy Hagan ... (uncredited)
Adelaide Hallock ... (uncredited)
Jules Hanft ... (uncredited)
Jessie Heathman ... (uncredited)
Jay Higgins ... (uncredited)
Ray L. Holmes ... (uncredited)
Slim Holmes ... (uncredited)
Harry Howard ... (uncredited)
Wallace Howe ... Butler (uncredited)
Mark Jones ... Horse Handler (uncredited)
Clo King ... (uncredited)
Nellie Kushell ... (uncredited)
M.S. Lacey ... (uncredited)
Gaylord Lloyd ... (uncredited)
Chris Lynton ... (uncredited)
Bert Maddox ... (uncredited)
William McCormack ... (uncredited)
Jack McGinnis ... (uncredited)
E.G. Miller ... (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... (uncredited)
Marie Mills ... (uncredited)
Dorothy Morgan ... (uncredited)

Jack Morgan ... (uncredited)
Dolly Mullen ... (uncredited)
George Murphy ... (uncredited)

Louis Natheaux ... (uncredited)
Alice Nichols ... (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... (uncredited)
Richard Pannell ... (uncredited)

Tex Parker ... (uncredited)
Hazel Powell ... (uncredited)
Gus Priddy ... (uncredited)
Joe Ray ... (uncredited)
James Richardson ... (uncredited)
Bertha Roberts ... (uncredited)
Betty Roddy ... (uncredited)
Laura Roessing ... (uncredited)

Constantine Romanoff ... (uncredited)
Jack Russell ... (uncredited)
Lou Salter ... (uncredited)
Alma Saunders ... (uncredited)
Don Saunders ... (uncredited)
Alma Schram ... (uncredited)
Olaf Schuler ... (uncredited)
Louis Shank ... (uncredited)
Jerry Shelton ... (uncredited)
Ida Shoemaker ... (uncredited)
William Sidmore ... (uncredited)
H.C. Simmons ... (uncredited)
Jack Singleton ... (uncredited)
Crete Sipple ... (uncredited)
Lyle Tayo ... (uncredited)
Bert Turner ... (uncredited)

Jessalyn Van Trump ... (uncredited)
Anna Wilson ... (uncredited)

Noah Young ... Horse Handler (uncredited)

Directed by
Fred C. Newmeyer  (as Fred Newmeyer)
Writing credits
Hal Roach (story) (as Hal E. Roach) and
Sam Taylor (story)

H.M. Walker (titles)

Produced by
Suzanne Lloyd Hayes .... executive producer (2002 video edition) (as Suzanne Lloyd)
Jeffrey Vance .... producer (2002 video edition)
Hal Roach .... producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Robert Israel (2002)
Cinematography by
Walter Lundin (photographed by)
Film Editing by
Thomas J. Crizer (edited by) (as T.J. Crizer)
Editorial Department
Charles Bilkey .... second editor (uncredited)
Music Department
Robert Israel .... conductor (2002)
Robert Israel .... music arranger (2002)
Other crew
Hal Roach .... presents: through associated exhibitors
Adele Kaufman .... office staff (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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34 min (Turner library print)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
USA:Passed (National Board of Review) | USA:TV-G (TV rating)

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Continuity: When Harold comes across a boy eating in a field during the fox hunt, the salt shaker and the food the boy has changes hands between shots.See more »
Her Father:Out o' my house - Y' parrot-headed dudes an' *dudeens*!See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)See more »


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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
AMONG THOSE PRESENT (Fred Newmeyer, 1921) ***, 2 January 2007
Author: MARIO GAUCI ( from Naxxar, Malta

Harold Lloyd three-reeler which finds him as a bellhop who's asked to double for an English lord during a high-society party. Its best moments involve the star's tall tales of his hunting prowess (catching several different types of animals, including wild beasts!) until he's reminded that the lord's particular specialty is supposed to be fox-hunting; one such event ensues, during which Harold not only doesn't catch the fox but actually loses his pants! A subplot involves the maid being in cahoots with one of the guests to take possession of the estate - which our hero naturally thwarts after falling for the daughter of his hosts (played by Mildred Davis). Also, it deals with the necessity for the nouveau riche to adapt themselves to a different type of lifestyle - something which the father (and, to a lesser extent, the daughter) has difficulty in accepting, much to the chagrin of the proud and sophisticated mother; still, it's clear where the film-makers' sympathies lie - the finale sees Harold sitting down alongside Davis' father to eat a plate of good old-fashioned ham and eggs!

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