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His Chum the Baron (1913)

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Smith's chum is a very poor Baron. Smith and the Baron are invited to a ball, and the Baron, not having evening clothes of his own, "borrows" Smith's dress suit. He is having the time of ... See full summary »

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Smith's chum is a very poor Baron. Smith and the Baron are invited to a ball, and the Baron, not having evening clothes of his own, "borrows" Smith's dress suit. He is having the time of his life when Smith arrives, thoroughly angry, and taking the Baron in a room takes the clothes away from him. The Baron is in a terrible predicament, dodging around from room to room, as people intrude upon his hiding places. He tries to hide his face with a handkerchief, and a lady catches a glimpse of him as he dives under a bed. She screams in terror, thinking he is a mad man, and then the poor Baron is chased all over the house. Someone telephones for the police and they assist in the capture and lead him away, Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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28 April 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy The New Conductor (1913). See more »

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The 20 Year Old Harold Lloyd
29 October 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

By this time, Harold Lloyd had relocated to Los Angeles with the Edison Company to work as an extra. In this film, he was under the direction of Mack Sennett a year before Sennett enlisted Charlie Chaplin for the Keystone films. Like most actors, Lloyd spent a year doing extra work.


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