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  • Wikipedia: Harold Lloyd
    Biography of Harold Lloyd, the actor and comedian known for his 1920s silent comedies. Discusses his early partnership with Hal Roach, his famous films like Safety Last, and his transition to talkies in 1929.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd!
    Fan tribute and photo gallery dedicated to Harold Lloyd, the actor and comedian known for his 1920s silent films. Includes publicity stills and movie posters from films like Safety Last.
    www.picking.com/harold.html
  • Harold Lloyd: The Glasses
    Tribute to Harold Lloyd, the 1920s silent film comedian, claiming that he singlehandedly made eyeglasses fashionable in America. Includes a history of Lloyd's own distinctive round glasses.
    www.silentsaregolden.com/hlloydglassesarticle.html
  • USA Today: It's Time for Harold Lloyd
    Profile of the career of Harold Lloyd, the silent film comedian and actor. Includes quotes from Lloyd's granddaughter about his acting methods, and news about DVD releases of his movie.
    www.usatoday.com/life/movies/news/2005-11-14-dvd-harold-lloyd_x.htm
  • Silent Ladies and Gents: Harold Lloyd
    Image gallery of silent film comedian Harold Lloyd, the star of Safety Last and Doctor Jack. Includes publicity photos, movie stills, and magazine covers featuring Lloyd in his trademark round glasses.
    www.silentgents.com/PLloyd.html
  • IMDb: Harold Lloyd
    Film credits and trivia for Harold Lloyd, the silent film comedian and movie directory. Lloyd is known for films such as A Sailor-Made Man, Doctor Jack, and Safety Last.
    www.imdb.com/Name?Lloyd,+Harold
  • Silent Star Harold Lloyd
    Biography of 1920s film star Harold Lloyd, the comedian and filmmaker known for his recurring roles as Lonesome Luke and glasses-wearing Harold. Discusses his first short films, his most famous work, and his Greenacres estate in Beverly Hills.
    www.cs.monash.edu.au/~pringle/silent/ssotm/Dec95
 




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