|Harold Clayton Lloyd|
Lloyd in 1921
|Born||April 20, 1893 |
|Died||March 8, 1971 (aged 77)|
Harold Clayton Lloyd, Sr. Events 1303 - The University of Rome La Sapienza is instituted by Pope Boniface VIII. Year 1893 ( MDCCCXCIII) was a Common year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common Burchard is a village in Pawnee County, Nebraska, United States. Events 1618 - Johannes Kepler discovers the third law of planetary motion. Year 1971 ( MCMLXXI) was a Common year starting on Friday (link will display full calendar of the 1971 Gregorian calendar. For the suspense/myster author see Mildred B Davis Mildred 'Mid' Davis (February 22 1901 - August 18 1969 was an American (April 20, 1893 – March 8, 1971) was an American film actor and producer, most famous for his silent comedies. Events 1303 - The University of Rome La Sapienza is instituted by Pope Boniface VIII. Year 1893 ( MDCCCXCIII) was a Common year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common Events 1618 - Johannes Kepler discovers the third law of planetary motion. Year 1971 ( MCMLXXI) was a Common year starting on Friday (link will display full calendar of the 1971 Gregorian calendar. The United States of America —commonly referred to as the An actor, actress, player or thespian (see terminology) is a person who Acts in a Dramatic production and who works A film producer is a person who creates the conditions for making movies.
Harold Lloyd ranks alongside Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton as one of the most popular and influential film comedians of the silent film era. Joseph Frank "Buster" Keaton ( October 4 1895 &ndash February 1 1966) was an Academy Award -winning American Lloyd made nearly 200 comedy films, both silent and "talkies," between 1914 and 1947. He is best known for his "Glasses Character" (Sometimes said to have been created after Hal Roach suggested that Harold was too handsome to do comedy, without some sort of disguise; previously, he had worn a fake mustache as a Chaplinesque character named Lonesome Luke), a resourceful, success-seeking go-getter who was perfectly in tune with 1920s era America.
His films frequently contained "thrill sequences" of extended chase scenes and daredevil physical feats, for which he is best remembered today. Lloyd hanging from the hands of a clock high above the street in Safety Last! is one of the most enduring images in all of cinema. Safety Last! is a 1923 comedy Silent film starring Harold Lloyd. Lloyd did many of these dangerous stunts himself, despite having injured himself in 1919 during the filming of Haunted Spooks when an accident with a prop bomb resulted in the loss of the thumb and index finger of his right hand (the injury was disguised on film with the use of a special prosthetic glove, though the glove often did not go by unnoticed). A stunt is an unusual and difficult physical feat or any act requiring a special skill performed for artistic purposes in TV, Theatre, or cinema Haunted Spooks is a 1920 comedy Silent film starring Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis. In Medicine, a prosthesis (plural prostheses) is an Artificial extension that replaces a missing Body part.
Although Lloyd's individual films were not as commercially successful as Charlie Chaplin's on average, he was far more prolific (releasing twelve feature films in the 1920s while Chaplin released just three), and they made more money overall ($15. In the Film industry, a feature film is a Film made for initial distribution in theaters and being the "main attraction" of the screening 7 million to Chaplin's $10. 5 million).
Lloyd was born in Burchard, Nebraska to James Darsie Lloyd and Elizabeth Fraser; his paternal great-grandparents were from Wales. Burchard is a village in Pawnee County, Nebraska, United States. Nebraska ( is a state located on the Great Plains of the Midwestern United States and . In 1912, his father J. Darsie "Foxy" Lloyd was awarded the then-massive sum of $6000 in a personal injury judgment (although this was split evenly between Lloyd and his lawyer) and, reportedly on the toss of a coin ("Heads is New York or Nashville or where I decide, tails is San Diego"), he and Harold moved West.
Harold had acted in theater since boyhood, and started acting in one-reel film comedies shortly after moving to California. Lloyd soon began working with Thomas Edison's motion picture company, and eventually formed a partnership with fellow struggling actor and director Hal Roach, who had formed his own studio in 1913. Harold Eugene "Hal" Roach Sr ( January 14, 1892 – November 2, 1992) was an American film and The hard-working Lloyd became the most successful of Roach's comic actors between 1915 and 1919.
Lloyd hired Bebe Daniels as a supporting actress in 1914; the two of them were involved romantically and were known as "The Boy" and "The Girl. Bebe Daniels ( January 14, 1901 - March 16, 1971) was an American actress. " In 1919, she left Lloyd because of greater dramatic aspirations. Lloyd replaced Daniels with Mildred Davis in 1919, who the more he watched (from a movie Hal Roach told him to check out) the more he was eager to get her. For the suspense/myster author see Mildred B Davis Mildred 'Mid' Davis (February 22 1901 - August 18 1969 was an American Lloyd's first reaction in seeing her was that "she looked like a big French doll!"
Lloyd's early film characters, such as "Lonesome Luke," were by his own admission a frenetic imitation of Chaplin. . From 1915 to 1917, Lloyd and Roach created more than 60 one-reeler comedies in the spirit of Chaplin's early comedies.
By 1918, Lloyd and Roach had developed his character beyond an imitation of his contemporaries. Harold Lloyd would move away from tragicomic personas, and portray an everyman with unwavering confidence and optimism. The "Glasses Character" (always named "Harold" in the films, with two exceptions: the features The Milky Way and The Cat's Paw) was a much more mature comedy character with greater potential for sympathy and emotional depth, and was easy for American audiences of the time to identify with. Unlike most silent comedy personas, "Harold" was never typecasted to a social class. Within the first few years of the character's debut, he had portrayed social ranks ranging from a starving vagrant in From Hand to Mouth to a wealthy socialite in Captain Kidd's Kids. From Hand to Mouth is a 1919 short Comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. Captain Kidd's Kids is a 1919 short Comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd.
Beginning in 1921, Roach and Lloyd moved from shorts to feature length comedies. These included the acclaimed Grandma's Boy, which (along with Chaplin's The Kid) pioneered the combination of complex character development and film comedy, the sensational Safety Last!, which cemented Lloyd's stardom, and Why Worry?. Grandma's Boy is a 1922 Comedy film starring Harold Lloyd. The film was highly influential helping to pioneer feature-length comedies which The Kid is a 1921 Silent film by Charlie Chaplin that featured Jackie Coogan, as his adopted son and sidekick Safety Last! is a 1923 comedy Silent film starring Harold Lloyd. Why Worry? is a 1923 comedy Silent film starring Harold Lloyd.
Lloyd and Roach parted ways in 1924, and Lloyd became the independent producer of his own films. These included his most accomplished mature features Girl Shy, The Freshman, The Kid Brother, and Speedy. Girl Shy is a 1924 comedy Silent film starring Harold Lloyd. The movie was written by Thomas Gray and Sam Taylor. The Freshman is a Comedy film that tells the story of a college freshman trying to become popular by joining the school football team The Kid Brother is a 1927 comedy Silent film starring Harold Lloyd. Speedy is a 1928 Silent film that was one of the films to be nominated for the short-lived Academy Award for Best Director of a Comedy. Welcome Danger was originally a silent film but Lloyd decided late in the production to remake it with dialogue. All of these films were enormously successful and profitable, and Lloyd would eventually become the highest paid film performer of the 1920's.  They were also highly influential and still find many fans among modern audiences, a testament to the originality and film-making skill of Lloyd and his collaborators. Like other great silent comics, Lloyd was the driving creative force in his films, particularly the feature-length films. From this success he became one of the wealthiest and most influential figures in early Hollywood.
In 1924, Lloyd formed his own independent film production company, the Harold Lloyd Film Corporation, with his films distributed by Pathé and later Paramount and Twentieth Century-Fox. This article deals with the Pathé movie company For their music business see Pathé Records. Paramount Pictures Corporation is an American motion picture production and Distribution company, based in Hollywood California. Lloyd was a founding member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ( AMPAS) is a professional honorary organization ostensibly dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of Motion
Lloyd made the transition to sound in 1929 with Welcome Danger (the original silent version had already been completed, with different supporting actors). Released a few weeks before the start of the Great Depression, it was a huge financial success, with audiences eager to hear Lloyd's voice on film. Lloyd's rate of film releases, however, which had been one or two a year in the 1920s, slowed to about one every two years until 1938.
The films released during this period were: Feet First, with a similar scenario to Safety Last which found him clinging to a skyscraper at the climax; Movie Crazy with Constance Cummings; The Cat's-Paw, which was a dark political comedy and a big departure for Lloyd; and The Milky Way, which was Lloyd's only attempt at the then-fashionable genre of the screwball comedy. Feet First is a 1930 comedy film starring Harold Lloyd, a very popular comedian during the 1920s and early 1930s Movie Crazy is a 1932 comedy Film starring Harold Lloyd, a popular comedian of the 1920s and early 1930s Constance Cummings CBE ( May 15 1910 – November 23 2005) was an American -born British actress known for her The Cat’s-Paw is a 1934 film starring Harold Lloyd and directed by Sam Taylor. The Milky Way is a 1936 Comedy film starring Harold Lloyd. Directed by comedy veteran Leo McCarey, the film was written by Grover The screwball comedy is a subgenre of the comedy Film genre. It has proven to be one of the most popular and enduring film genres
To this point the films had been personally produced by Lloyd's own company. Unfortunately, his go-getting screen character was now out of touch with Great Depression movie audiences of the 1930s. As the length of time between his film releases increased, his popularity declined, as did the fortunes of his production company. His final film of the decade, Professor Beware, was made by the Paramount staff, with Lloyd functioning only as actor and partial financier.
On March 23, 1937, Lloyd sold the land of his studio Harold Lloyd Motion Picture Company to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Events 1174 - Jocelin, Abbot of Melrose, is elected Bishop of Glasgow. Year 1937 ( MCMXXXVII) was a Common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the fourth largest Christian denomination in the United States and the largest and most well-known The location is now the site of the Los Angeles California Temple. The Los Angeles California Temple (formerly the Los Angeles Temple) the tenth operating and the second-largest temple operated by The Church of Jesus Christ 
Lloyd produced a few comedies for RKO Radio Pictures in the early 1940s but otherwise retired from the screen until 1947. He returned for an additional starring appearance in The Sin of Harold Diddlebock, an ill-fated homage to Lloyd's career directed by Preston Sturges and financed by Howard Hughes. The Sin of Harold Diddlebock is a 1947 Comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges, starring the Silent film comic icon Preston Sturges ( August 29, 1898 – August 6, 1959) originally Edmund Preston Biden was a celebrated Screenwriter and Howard Robard Hughes Jr (December 24 1905 – April 5 1976 was an American Aviator, Industrialist, Film producer / director, Philanthropist This film had the inspired idea of following Harold's Jazz Age, optimistic character from The Freshman into the Great Depression years which followed. The Jazz Age describes the period from 1918-1929 the years after the end of World War I, continuing through the Roaring Twenties and ending with the rise of the Indeed, Diddlebock actually opened with footage from The Freshman (for which Lloyd was paid a royalty of $50,000, matching his actor's fee), and Lloyd was sufficiently youthful-looking to match the older scenes quite well. Lloyd and Sturges had different conceptions of the material, however, and fought frequently during the shoot; Lloyd was particularly concerned that while Sturges had spent three to four months on the script of the first third of the film, "the last two thirds of it he wrote in a week or less". The finished film was released briefly in 1947, then shelved by producer Hughes. Hughes issued a recut version of the film in 1951 through RKO under the title Mad Wednesday. The Sin of Harold Diddlebock is a 1947 Comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges, starring the Silent film comic icon . Such was Lloyd's disdain that he sued Howard Hughes, the California Corporation, and RKO for damages to his reputation "as an outstanding motion picture star and personality", eventually accepting a $30,000 settlement.
Lloyd married his leading lady, Mildred Davis, on Saturday February 10, 1923. For the suspense/myster author see Mildred B Davis Mildred 'Mid' Davis (February 22 1901 - August 18 1969 was an American Events 1355 - The St Scholastica's Day riot breaks out in Oxford, England, leaving 63 scholars and perhaps 30 locals dead Year 1923 ( MCMXXIII) was a Common year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar. Together, they had two children: Gloria Lloyd (born 1923), and Harold Clayton Lloyd, Jr. , (1931-1971).  They also adopted Gloria Freeman (1924-1986) in September 1930, whom they renamed Marjorie Elizabeth Lloyd, but who was known as "Peggy" for most of her life. Lloyd, for a time, discouraged Davis from continuing her acting career. He later relented, but by that time her career momentum was lost. Mildred died in 1969, two years before Lloyd's death. Lloyd's son was gay, and, as several commentators have noted, he took the news of his son's sexuality in a remarkably enlightened way for its time.
Lloyd's Beverly Hills home, "Greenacres," was built in 1926–1929, with 44 rooms, 26 bathrooms, 12 fountains, 12 gardens, and a nine hole golf course. I Do is a 1921 short Comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. This short is notable for having a cartoon wedding in the first scene The estate left the possession of the Lloyd family in 1975, after a failed attempt to maintain it as a public museum.
The grounds were subsequently subdivided, but the main house remains and is frequently used as a filming location, appearing in films like Westworld and The Loved One. WestWorld of Scottsdale popularly shortened to WestWorld is a sports and convention complex located in Scottsdale Arizona. The Loved One is a 1965 film about the funeral business in Los Angeles, which is based on '''The Loved One An Anglo-American Tragedy''' It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register of Historic Places (NRHP is the United States government's official list of districts sites buildings structures and objects deemed worthy of
In October 1944, Lloyd emerged as the director and host of The Old Gold Comedy Theater, an NBC radio anthology series, after Preston Sturges, who had turned the job down, recommended him for it. The National Broadcasting Company ( NBC) is an American Television network headquartered in the GE Building in New York City's The show presented half-hour radio adaptations of recently successful film comedies, beginning with Palm Beach Story with Claudette Colbert and Robert Young. The Palm Beach Story is a romantic Screwball comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges, and starring Claudette Colbert, Claudette Colbert ( IPA: /koʊlˈbɛɹ/ ( September 13, 1903 – July 30, 1996) was a French -born American stage Bob or Rob(ert Young may refer to many people Bob Young, Canadian founder and CEO of Red Hat Bob Young (American football (1942&ndash1995
Some saw The Old Gold Comedy Theater as being a lighter version of Lux Radio Theater, and it featured some of the best-known film and radio personalities of the day, including Fred Allen, June Allyson, Lucille Ball, Ralph Bellamy, Linda Darnell, Susan Hayward, Herbert Marshall, Dick Powell, Edward G. Robinson, Jane Wyman, and Alan Young, among others. Lux Radio Theater, one of the genuine classic radio Anthology series (NBC Blue Network (1934-1935 CBS (1935-1954 NBC Fred Allen (born John Florence Sullivan May 31 1894 - March 17, 1956) was an American Comedian whose absurdist June Allyson (October 7 1917 – July 8 2006 was a Golden Globe -winning American film and television Actress, popular in the 1940s Lucille Ball (August 6 1911 – April 26 1989 was an American comedienne, film television stage and radio Actress, model, film Ralph Rexford Bellamy ( June 17, 1904 – November 29, 1991) was an American Actor with a career spanning sixty-two Linda Darnell ( October 16, 1923 – April 10, 1965) was an American film actress. Susan Hayward ( June 30, 1917 &ndash March 14, 1975) was an Academy Award -winning American Actress. Herbert Marshall, born Herbert Brough Falcon Marshall, in London, England, ( May 23, 1890 - January 22, 1966 Richard Ewing "Dick" Powell ( November 14, 1904 – January 2, 1963) was an American Singer, Actor, Edward Goldenberg Robinson Sr (born Emanuel Goldenberg; Yiddish: עמנואל גאלדנבערג December 12 1893 &ndash January Jane Wyman ( January 5, 1917 &ndash September 10, 2007) was an American actress. Alan Young (born 19 November 1919 is an Emmy Award -winning prolific Character actor, best known for his Television role opposite a talking horse But the show's half-hour format — which meant the material might have been truncated too severely — and Lloyd's sounding somewhat ill at ease on the air for much of the season (though he spent weeks training himself to speak on radio prior to the show's premiere, and seemed more relaxed toward the end of the series run) may have worked against it.
The Old Gold Comedy Theater ended in June 1945 with an adaptation of Tom, Dick, and Harry, featuring June Allyson and Reginald Gardiner and was not renewed for the following season. Tom Dick & Harry is a Bollywood Comedy film released on May 12, 2006. June Allyson (October 7 1917 – July 8 2006 was a Golden Globe -winning American film and television Actress, popular in the 1940s Reginald Gardiner ( February 27, 1903 - July 7, 1980) was an English -born actor in Film and Television. Many years later, acetate discs of 29 of the shows were discovered in Lloyd's home, and they now circulate among old-time radio collectors.
Lloyd remained involved in a number of other interests, including civic and charity work. Inspired by having overcome his own serious injuries and burns, he was very active with the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, and eventually rose to that organization's highest office, Imperial Potentate. The Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, commonly known as Shriners and abbreviated A
He appeared as himself on several television shows during his retirement, first on Ed Sullivan's variety show Toast of the Town June 5, 1949 and again in July 6, 1958. Edward Vincent "Ed" Sullivan ( September 28, 1901 – October 13, 1974) was an American Entertainment Writer The Ed Sullivan Show was an American television Variety show that ran from June 20, 1948 to June 6, He appeared as the Mystery Guest on What's My Line? in April 26, 1953, and twice on This Is Your Life: on March 10, 1954 for Mack Sennett, and again on December 14, 1955 on his own episode. What's My Line? is a weekly panel Game show which was produced by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman for CBS This Is Your Life was a television documentary series hosted by its producer Ralph Edwards. Mack Sennett ( January 17, 1880 &ndash November 5, 1960) was an Academy Award -winning director and was known as the innovator During both appearances, Lloyd's hand injury can clearly be seen. 
Lloyd studied colors, microscopy, and was very involved with photography, including 3D photography and color film experiments. Microscopy is the technical field of using microscopes to view samples or objects Photography (fә'tɒgrәfi or fә'tɑːgrәfi (from Greek φωτο and γραφία is the process and Art of recording pictures by means of capturing Stereoscopy, stereoscopic imaging or 3-D (three-dimensional imaging is any technique capable of recording three-dimensional visual Some of the earliest 2-color Technicolor tests were shot at his Beverly Hills home (These are included as extra material in the Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection DVD Box Set). Technicolor is the trademark for a series of color film processes pioneered by Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation He became known for his nude photographs of models, such as Bettie Page and stripper Dixie Evans, for a number of men's magazines. Nudity is the state of wearing no Clothing. The term' "nudity" can also occasionally be used to refer to wearing significantly less clothing than expected Bettie Mae Page (born Betty Mae Page April 22 1923 in Nashville Tennessee) is a former American model who became famous in the 1950s for He also took photos of Marilyn Monroe lounging at his pool in a bathing suit, which were published after their deaths. Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson, June 1 1926 &ndash August 5 1962 baptized Norma In 2004, his granddaughter Suzanne produced a book of selections from his photographs, Harold Lloyd's Hollywood Nudes in 3D! (ISBN 1-57912-394-5).
Lloyd also provided encouragement and support for a number of younger actors, such as Debbie Reynolds, Robert Wagner, and particularly Jack Lemmon, whom Harold declared as his own choice to play him in a movie of his life and work. Mary Frances "Debbie" Reynolds (born April 1, 1932) is an Academy Award -nominated American actress, Singer Robert John Wagner (born February 10, 1930) is a Golden Globe - nominated prolific American Film and Television John Uhler "Jack" Lemmon III (February 8 1925 &ndash June 27 2001 was an American Actor known principally for his comedic roles
Lloyd kept copyright control of most of his films and re-released them infrequently after his retirement. Lloyd did not grant cinematic release because in the main most theaters could not accommodate an organist, and Lloyd did not wish his work to be accompanied by a pianist: "I just don't like pictures played with pianos. We never intended them to be played with pianos". Similarly, his features were never shown on television as Lloyd's price was high: "I want $300,000 per picture for two showings. That's a high price, but if I don't get it, I'm not going to show it. They've come close to it, but they haven't come all the way up". As a consequence, his reputation and public recognition suffered in comparison with Chaplin and Keaton, whose work has generally been more available.
Also, Lloyd's film character was so intimately associated with the 1920s era that attempts at revivals in 1940s and 1950s were poorly received, when audiences viewed the 1920s (and silent film in particular) as old-fashioned.
In the early 1960s, Lloyd produced two compilation films, featuring scenes from his old comedies, Harold Lloyd's World of Comedy and The Funny Side of Life. The first film was premiered at the 1962 Cannes Film Festival, where Lloyd was feted as a major rediscovery. The Cannes Film Festival (le Festival de Cannes founded in 1946 is one of the world's oldest most influential and prestigious Film festivals alongside Venice, The renewed interest in Lloyd helped restore his status among film historians. Throughout his later years he screened his films for audiences at special charity and educational events, to great acclaim, and found a particularly receptive audience among the college fraternity: "Their whole response was tremendous because they didn't miss a gag; anything that was even a little subtle, they got it right away".
Following his death, and after extensive negotiations, most of his feature films were leased to Time-Life Films in 1974. The Time-Life company was founded by Time Incorporated in 1961 as a book marketing division As Tom Dardis confirms: "Time-Life prepared horrendously edited musical-sound-track versions of the silent films, which are intended to be shown on TV at sound speed, and which represent everything that Harold feared would happen to his best films".
Through the efforts of Kevin Brownlow and David Gill and the support of granddaughter Suzanne Lloyd Hayes, the British Thames Silents series re-released some of the feature films in the early 1990s on home video with new orchestral scores by Carl Davis. Kevin Brownlow (born on June 2, 1938 in Crowborough, Sussex) is a filmmaker film historian, Television documentary -maker David Gill may refer to David Gill (astronomer, British astronomer David Gill (economist, British economist David Gill (executive Thames Television was a licencee of the British ITV television network covering London and parts of the surrounding counties Carl Davis CBE (born October 28, 1936, New York City, United States is an American conductor and Composer who has More recently, the remainder of Lloyd's great silent features and many shorts were fully restored, with new orchestral scores by Robert Israel. These are now frequently shown on the Turner Classic Movies (TCM) cable channel. Turner Classic Movies ( TCM) is a cable television channel featuring commercial -free classic movies mostly from the Turner Entertainment and Warner An acclaimed 1990 documentary by Brownlow and Gill also created a renewed interest in Lloyd's work in the early 1990s. Harold Clayton Lloyd Sr ( April 20, 1893 &ndash March 8, 1971) was an American Film actor and producer A DVD Collection of restored versions of most of his feature films (and his more important shorts) was released by New Line Cinema in partnership with the Harold Lloyd Trust in November 2005, along with limited theatrical screenings in New York and other cities in the US, Canada and Europe. DVD (also known as " Digital Versatile Disc " or " Digital Video Disc " - see Etymology)is New Line Cinema, founded in 1967 is one of the major American Film studios Though it initially began as an independent film studio it became a The City of New York Annette Lloyd has also said that if there is a large-enough show of support by fans, a second collection may be released in the future.
In 1952, Lloyd received a special Academy Award for being a "master comedian and good citizen. "The Oscar" redirects here for the film see The Oscar (film. " The second citation was a snub to Chaplin, who at that point had fallen foul of McCarthyism and who had had his entry visa to the United States revoked. McCarthyism is a term describing the intense anti-communist suspicion in the United States in a period that lasted roughly from the late 1940s to the late 1950s Regardless of political aspects, Lloyd accepted the award in good part.
Lloyd died at age 77 from prostate cancer on March 8, 1971, in Beverly Hills, California. Events 1618 - Johannes Kepler discovers the third law of planetary motion. Year 1971 ( MCMLXXI) was a Common year starting on Friday (link will display full calendar of the 1971 Gregorian calendar. California ( is a US state on the West Coast of the United States, along the Pacific Ocean.  He was interred in a crypt in the Great Mausoleum at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California. Forest Lawn Memorial Park is a privately-owned Cemetery in Glendale, Los Angeles, in the United States. Glendale ( is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States.
Harold Lloyd has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a Sidewalk along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in Hollywood Los Angeles California, USA, that His was only the fourth ceremony preserving his handprints, footprints, autograph, and outline of his famed glasses (Which were actually a pair of sunglasses with the lenses removed) , at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, in 1927. Grauman's Chinese Theatre is a movie theatre located at 6925 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood. In 1994, he was honored with his image on a United States postage stamp designed by caricaturist Al Hirschfeld. This article lists people who have been featured on United States Postage stamps Since the United States Post Office issued its first stamp in 1847 over 4000 stamps have been issued and Albert Hirschfeld ( June 21, 1903 – January 20, 2003) was a Jewish American Caricaturist best known for his simple black
|NAME||Lloyd, Harold Clayton|
|DATE OF BIRTH||April 20, 1893|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Burchard, Nebraska|
|DATE OF DEATH||1971-3-8|
|PLACE OF DEATH||Beverly Hills|