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Number, Please?1920

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Arguably one of Harold Lloyd’s best two-reel comedies, NUMBER, PLEASE? takes place at a Los Angeles amusement park. It’s an unusual day: Mildred Davis is with another man, Harold is desperate to find her lost dog and Harold and Roy Brooks vie to take Mildred for a balloon ride. In the midst of the hilarity are two classic sequences. One involves a phone call gone awry and the other consists of a little boy named Sunshine Sammy and a large coat!

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Views of Ocean Park and I assume Venice & Santa Monica are incredible - particularly the amusement park stuff. Moves quite well overall, an advance on Sennett humor certainly but not light years from it either. Camera work on the carousel sequence is excellent also.

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Views of Ocean Park and I assume Venice & Santa Monica are incredible - particularly the amusement park stuff. Moves quite well overall, an advance on Sennett humor certainly but not light years from it either. Camera work on the carousel sequence is excellent also.

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