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Summary:The comic genius of silent star Harold Lloyd is eternal. He plays a small-town bumpkin trying to make it in the big city, who finds employment as a lowly department-store clerk. He comes up with a wild publicity stunt to draw attention to the store, resulting in an incredible feat of derring-do on his part that gets him started on the climb to success.
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|Hood River County Library||DVD FIC SAF (Text)||33892100107037||Adult DVDs||DVD||None||06/28/2013||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1604657316
- ISBN: 9781604657319
2 videodiscs (73 min.) : sound, black & white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ( pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.)
- Publisher: [Irvington, N.Y.] : Criterion Collection, 
- Copyright: ©1923.
|General Note:||National Film Preservation Board, USA, 1994: National Film Registry.
Special features: Disc 1: New 2K digital film restoration; About the scores (musical score by composer Carl Davis from 1989, synchronized and restored and alternate score by organist Gaylord Carter from the late 1960s); Audio commentary featuring film critic Leonard Maltin and director and Harold Lloyd archivist Richard Correll; Suzanne Lloyd introduction; Short films (with optional commentary by Correll and film writer John Bengtson): Take a chance (1918, 10 min.), Young Mr. Jazz (1919, 10 min.), His royal slyness (1920, 22 min.). Disc 2: Harold Lloyd: the third genius (a 108-minute two-part television documentary from 1989, written and produced by Kevin Brownlow and David Gill, narrated by filmmaker Lindsay Anderson); Locations and effects (a new documentary featuring film writer John Bengtson and visual-effects expert Craig Barron); Carl Davis: scoring for Harold (new interview with the composer). Booklet featuring an essay by critic Ed Park.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1923.
|Formatted Contents Note:||Take a chance / Harold Lloyd Entertainment presents ; produced by the Rolin Film Company ; Pathé Exchange, Inc. -- Young Mr. Jazz / Harold Lloyd Entertainment presents ; produced by the Rolin Film Company ; Pathé Exchange, Inc. -- His royal slyness / Harold Lloyd Entertainment presents ; Pathé presents ; produced by Hal E. Roach ; titles by H.M. Walker.|
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||Photographed by Walter Lundin ; edited by T.J. Crizer ; titles by H.M Walker.|
|Participant or Performer Note:||Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis, Bill Strother, Noah Young, Westcott B. Clarke. Short films: Harold Lloyd, Harry Pollard, Bebe Daniels (Take a chance, Young Mr. Jazz) ; Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis, Harry Pollard, Gus Leonard, Noah Young (His royal slyness).|
|Summary, etc.:||The comic genius of silent star Harold Lloyd is eternal. He plays a small-town bumpkin trying to make it in the big city, who finds employment as a lowly department-store clerk. He comes up with a wild publicity stunt to draw attention to the store, resulting in an incredible feat of derring-do on his part that gets him started on the climb to success.|
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Rating: Not rated.
|System Details Note:||
DVD; NTSC; region 1; PCM 2.0 stereo; 1.37:1 aspect ratio.
National Film Preservation Board, USA, 1994: National Film Registry.
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