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A Special Out-Of-Print 1974 ''New Versions Of Comedy'' Time-Life Sound Edition Of THE FRESHMAN, Harold Lloyd's Silent Comedy Classic Of About A Naive College Freshman's Quest For Acceptance And Popularity, PLUS Special Extra Feature: HIS ROYAL SLYNESS, Harold Lloyd's Crazy 1920 Comedy Short, All Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #TheFreshman #HaroldLloyd #FredCNewmeyer #SamTaylor #HisRoyalSlyness #HalRoach #ThirdGenius #SilentMovies #SilentFilms #SilentEra #Silents #Movies #Film #MotionPictures #Cinema #Hollywood #ClassicalHollywoodCinema #ClassicalHollywoodNarrative #ClassicHollywoodCinema #GoldenAgeOfHollywood #OldHollywood #SilverScreen #MP4 #VideoDownload #DVD
THE FRESHMAN (1925) (Black/White, Sound Track With Sound Effects And Musical Accompaniment, 1 Hour 16 Minutes)
Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam Taylor
Sam Taylor, Ted Wilde, John Grey, Tim Whelan
Harold Lloyd ... Harold Lamb aka Speedy
Jobyna Ralston ... Peggy
Brooks Benedict ... The College Cad
James Anderson ... The College Hero
Hazel Keener ... The College Belle
Joseph Harrington ... The College Tailor
Pat Harmon ... The Football Coach
HIS ROYAL SLYNESS (1920) (Color-Tinted Black/White, 1973 Paul Killiam Classic Sound Track With Theater Organ Accompaniment, 21 Minutes)
The Prince of Razzmatazz is called home from Americato marry a princess against his will, and decides to send a man of identical appearance to himself to in his place.
Harold Lloyd ... The American Boy
Mildred Davis ... Princess Florelle
'Snub' Pollard ... Prince of Rochquefort
Gus Leonard ... King Razzamatazz / Bolshevik orator
Noah Young ... The Prince's tutor
The Freshman is a 1925 American silent comedy film that tells the story of a college freshman trying to become popular by joining the school football team. It stars Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston, Brooks Benedict, and James Anderson. It remains one of Lloyd's most successful and enduring films. The film was written by John Grey, Sam Taylor, Tim Whelan, and Ted Wilde. It was directed by Taylor and Fred C. Newmeyer. In 1990, The Freshman was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant", added in the second year of voting and one of the first 50 films to receive the honor. The Freshman is widely considered one of Lloyd's most hilarious, well-constructed films and was his most successful silent film of the 1920s. Hugely popular at the time of its release, it sparked a craze for college films that lasted well beyond the 1920s. It was one of Lloyd's few films to remain widely available after the sound era, and he reissued the film (with cuts) and used extended scenes in compilation films of the 1960s. The football game sequence was reused by Lloyd and director Preston Sturges in Lloyd's last film, The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947). American humorist and author H. C. Witwer sued Lloyd in April 1929 for 2.3M USD over The Freshman, claiming that it was "pirated" from Witwer's short story "The Emancipation of Rodney", first published in 1915. When Witwer died from liver failure in Los Angeles, on August 9, 1929, the lawsuit had not been settled. Witwer's widow pursued the lawsuit and won a judgment against Lloyd in November 1930. On appeal, the United States Court of Appeals overturned the ruling and Witwer's widow received nothing. A further lawsuit was brought in 2000 by Lloyd's granddaughter, Suzanne Lloyd Hayes, against the Walt Disney Company, alleging that elements of The Freshman were copied to the 1998 comedy The Waterboy; the US District Court in Los Angeles eventually ruled against Hayes.
His Royal Slyness is a 1920 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. It marked the final collaboration with frequent co-star Snub Pollard, who moved on to star in his own series of films following this release. This film was remade in 1927 as Long Fliv the King which featured Oliver Hardy.