|Series:||Harold Lloyd||♦||Distribution:||Rolin/Pathé||♦||Director:||Hal Roach, Alfred J. Goulding||♦||Cinematography:||Walter Lundin|
|Production:||L-5||♦||Type:||Silent short||♦||Producer:||Hal Roach||♦||Editor:||?|
|Released:||14 March 1920||♦||Length:||2-reels||♦||Titles:||H.M. Walker||♦|
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• Production L-5 - Harold Lloyd series.
• Copyrighted March 8, 1920.
• Also listed for March 31, 1930.
• Sources vary regarding initial filming from August 9-23, 1919, which seems to fit production L-4 instead. However, it's clear that some scenes show Lloyd before his hand was injured. Resumed filming started on January 5, 1920, and continued until either January 17 or 25, 1920, with possibly more filming on February 9, 1920.
• (FACT 1)
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Bearded man in car
The other girl
|INTERTITLE CARDS + IMAGES SEEN IN THE FILM|
The Harold Lloyd Encyclopedia by Annette D'Agostino Lloyd
Jesse Brisson (help; ID of Max Hamburger)
This page was last updated on: 27 January 2017