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Harold Lloyd in “Grandma’s Boy” (1922) – reviewed by George

This silent feature deals with a shy kid who is bullied his whole life, and now at nineteen, has a girlfriend he really cares about and the Grandma who raised him, and he wants to live up to their expectations. … Continue reading

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Harold Lloyd in “An Eastern Westerner” (1920) – reviewed by George

A wonderful silent short (about half an hour) with wonderful new music by Robert Israel. The Boy (Harold Lloyd) is in a club for dancing and drinking. His mother is concerned, but his father is furious. To a servant he … Continue reading

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Do Detectives Think? (1927) – reviewed by George

This silent short, produced by Hal Roach, stars Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in one of the first shorts where they work (more or less) with each other, rather than being in some sort of opposition. At least they want … Continue reading

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