"Speedy" loses his job as a soda-jerk, then spends the day with his girl at Coney Island. He then becomes a cab driver and delivers Babe Ruth to Yankee Stadium, where he stays to see the game. When the railroad tries to run the last horse-drawn trolley (operated by his girl's grandfather) out of business, "Speedy" organizes the neighborhood oldtimers to thwart their scheme.
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HILARIOUS FUN! You'll roar at this SPEEDY travesty on an old trolley and it's trappings! (Print Ad- Saskatoon Phoenix, ((Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)) 21 April 1928)
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When Pop first stops the horse car to let a passenger off, the window to his right is up. When he resumes his route, the window glass is suddenly gone. See more
[after riding in Speedy's cab
If I ever want to commit suicide, I'll call you.
In 1992, The Harold Lloyd Trust and Photoplay Productions presented a 85-minute version of this film in association with Thames Television International and Channel Four, with a musical score written by
. The addition of modern credits stretched the time to 86 minutes. See more
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