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Harold Lloyd and some spooky curtains - “Haunted Spooks” (1920)

Marlene Dietrich with her husband, Rudolf Sieber, at a train station in Paris. Both arrived from Hollywood, May 20th, 1930

littlehorrorshop:

Harold Lloyd is under pressure from the demanding customers in Safety Last! (1923)

harlow-jean:

Buster Keaton, Spite Marriage (1929)

Harold Lloyd gets the cold-shoulder in His Royal Slyness (1920)

arealbuster:

Buster Keaton in "Spite Marriage" (1929)

littlehorrorshop:

Harold Lloyd tries to quietly sneak past his parents after coming home from a party at 2am in An Eastern Westerner, 1920

cliftonwebb:

Safety Last! (1923)

One afternoon in downtown Los Angeles I stopped to watch Bill Strothers, who called himself the Human Spider, scale the sheer walls of a high office building. The higher he climbed the more nervous I grew, until, when he came to a difficult ledge twelve stories up, I had to cut around a corner out of sight of him and peek back to see if he was over the ledge. If it makes me this jumpy, what would it do to a picture audience, I asked myself.

— Harold Lloyd

littlehorrorshop:

Mildred Davis and Harold Lloyd in High and Dizzy, 1920