Series: Harold Lloyd

Director: Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor
Producer: Hal Roach
Titles: H.M. Walker
Story & Screenplay: Sam Taylor
Photography: Walter Lundin
Editor: Thomas J. Crizer

Stars: Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston, John Aasen, Leo White
Company: Pathé Exchange
Released: 16 September 1923
Length: 6 reels
Production No.: L-18
Filming dates: November 13 - December 30, 1922,
January 2 - June 20, 1923

Rating: -/10

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Copyrighted August 11, 1923.
Other sources give a release date of September 9, 1923.
This was the last film Harold Lloyd made for Hal Roach. Lloyd and Roach parted on good terms, as each simply wanted to go in different directions and Harold Lloyd now had enough money to finance his films independently.
This was the last film Harold Lloyd made for Hal Roach.
The village set for the film was used in Our Gang's Dogs Of War!, filmed at the same time and featuring guest appearances by Lloyd and Jobyna Ralston.
This was the Jobyna Ralston's first appearance in a Harold Lloyd film. She would star in his next (non-Roach) films.

Harold Lloyd
Harold Van Pelham
Jobyna Ralston
John Aasen
Wallace Howe
Mr. Pipps
Jim Mason
James H. Blake
Leo White
The Mighty Herculeo
Gaylord Lloyd
Mark Jones
William Gillespie
Sam Lufkin
Lee Phelps
Charles Stevenson
Revolutionary with moustache

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The Harold Lloyd Encyclopedia by Annette D'Agostino Lloyd (book) (Wikipedia)

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