A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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72 GRIFFITH TURNS A PAGE According to Jack Hoxie, this is what the well- dressed cowboy wore—at least if there was a camera in the neighborhood. ABOVE RICHT Came 1917, and with it a new comedian. Harold Lloyd and Hal Roach struck up a friendship when they were doing' bits together for Universal and finally joined forces in an independent shoestring production, Just Nuts, with Roach as the backer and Lloyd as the nuts. The picture was so successful that Lloyd signed with Pathe to do a series of comedies, in which Bebe Daniels (right) also appeared. BELOW Bebe Daniels started in pictures at the age of eight, playing child roles for Selig, and became Lloyd's leading ladv at fifteen. Below are Bud Jamison, Bebe, and Harold on the beach at Venice, California.