Harold Lloyd: Silent “Welcome Danger” to Get Release

Howard Lloyd

Very cool: Mark Evanier gives us the headsup that the original silent version of Harold Lloyd’s Welcome Danger is going to be screened publicly for the first time on September 15th. No doubt it will find its way to DVD sometime afterwards.

For the full story of why there are two versions of the film, check out Evanier’s site.
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  • Kick Ass! I studied silent films in my brief stint as an Art History grad student and Lloyd was a wonderful find (among many others). It would be wonderful if more people found out how cool the silent era was for film!

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