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This commentary features director and Harold Lloyd archivist Richard Correll and film writer John Bengtson.
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Directed by Hal Roach • 1919 • United States
A young couple on the run encounter car trouble—right outside a dancehall teeming with outlaws. The two go through a slapstick struggle to keep the crooks, and the girlfriend’s angry father, at bay.
Directed by Hal Roach • 1920 • United States
Harold Lloyd plays a tireless American bookseller traveling abroad in the kingdom of Thermosa, where he is mistaken for a prince. When the true prince returns to stake his claim to the throne, the country is thrown into turmoil.