Of the great Triumvirate of Silent Comedians (Chaplin, Keaton, Lloyd), Harold Lloyd is probably the less-known to modern audiences. His fame seems to have faded a bit with the passage...
Never WeakenHarold Lloyd's "glasses" character dangles an engagement ring outside the window of the girl next door. When her boss, an osteopathic physician, tells her the business is doomed, Lloyd drums up new customers with some well-engineered pratfalls (notable for the use of real locations). A misguided...Subscribe to to watch now
The Taming of the ShrewThis "talkie" is the only film co-starring Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. This print is from the 1966 re-release and it is faithful to the original except that new music and new sound effects were added by Marty Kemp of the Mary Pickford Company during his painstaking...Subscribe to to watch now
Not much Shakespeare left here but alot of fun to see these two legends together. Fairbanks has the softer touch with the style despite his bombast. Pickford is oddly compelling...
Wow! With that kind of dialogue, I'm surprised we continued to get movies made.
Love it. Always have, although it's not near as funny without an audience.