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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


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


Buster Keaton, Spite Marriage (1929)

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


Buster Keaton in "Spite Marriage" (1929)


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


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


Mildred Davis and Harold Lloyd in High and Dizzy, 1920