A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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LONESOME LUKE (1917) 73 The Lloyd comedies were known as the Lonesome Luke series, and established both principals as star comedians. Judging from the shot above, Miss Dan- iels did the hard work. BELOW Harold Lloyd is the only comedian ever seriously to rival Chaplin as a box-office attraction. You will notice that in the preceding stills he wears a mus- tache strongly reminiscent of the Chaplin foliage. As a matter of fact, not until he abandoned the mus- tache and became the earnest youth with the famous horn-rimmed spectacles did he reach his greatest popularity. This is one of the first films in which he appeared with the specs. Bud Jamison is the chef, and Snub Pollard stands in the doorway.