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    Posted 5 years ago

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    Harold Lloyd,

    Once, I thought this was a half sheet but found out it was a newspaper insert.

    Think Speedy was his last silent film. Not certain.

    The other item is a hand fan (handle missing) for theater patrons before the days of AC.

    Amazing the things one finds in scrapbooks.

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    1. HalloweenGreene HalloweenGreene, 5 years ago
      Wow thanks Thomas! I really don't know much on motion picture memorabilia but I knew right away this was special and worth conservation.
    2. scottvez scottvez, 5 years ago
      I like Harold Llyod-- great group of items!

      The scene of him hanging from a building clock stories above the street was my favorite as a kid.

    3. HalloweenGreene HalloweenGreene, 5 years ago
      Think I read he did all his own stunts, which look very dangerous some of them, e.g. the one you mentioned.

      Thanks Scott!
    4. Celiene Celiene, 5 years ago
      Oh yes. Harold did ALL his own stunts until he lost part of his hand. I collect a LOT of ephemera! I love it. Speedy was in 1928, his first film was in 1913! He had 214 film credits! Mind you, a lot of the silents were only 15 or so minutes long. He was a fascinating guy.

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