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Harold Lloyd Jr. (I) (1931–1971)

Harold Lloyd Jr. was born on January 25, 1931 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Harold Clayton Lloyd Jr. He is known for his work on Frankenstein's Daughter (1958), Married Too Young (1962) and World of Comedy (1962). He died on June 9, 1971 in North Hollywood, California. See full bio »

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Married Too Young
Married Too Young Tommy Blaine
World of Comedy
World of Comedy Miscellaneous Crew
Mutiny in Outer Space
Mutiny in Outer Space Sgt. Andrews


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 1965 Mutiny in Outer Space
Sgt. Andrews
 1962 Married Too Young
Tommy Blaine
 1960 Sex Kittens Go to College
 1960 Platinum High School
Charlie-Boy Cable
 1959 Girls Town
Chip Gardner
 1958 Father Knows Best (TV Series)
- Betty's Crusade (1958) ... Joel
- Country Cousin (1958) ... Joel
 1957 Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
 1955 A Yank in Ermine
Butch (as Harold Lloyd Jnr.)
 1953 The Flaming Urge
Tom Smith
 1950 Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (TV Series)
 1950 Our Very Own
Student (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Television actor and singer.

Alternate Names:

Harold Lloyd Jnr.

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As a father, Harold Lloyd had his share of quirks. He was extremely benevolent toward his youngest child, Harold, Jr., who he supported through more than a decade of false starts (and outright failures) in show business. Far more seriously, Harold Jr. was a submissive homosexual who would come home battered after a rough date--- his father demonstrated an unusual degree of acceptance toward ... See more »



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