|For Heaven's Sake 1926 N/R, 60 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance / Action
Director: Sam Taylor
Cast: Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston, Noah Young, Jim Mason, Paul Weigel, Richard Daniels, Blanche Payson, Constantine Romanoff, Oscar Smith
Millionaire playboy J. Harold Manners (Harold Lloyd) falls in love with the Downtown Girl mission worker (Jobyna Ralston). He decides to help the girl's father attract worshippers from a group of thugs by goading them into the mission and, thus, saving them from being arrested. When J. Harold and his Downtown Girl decide to marry, his wealthy friends kidnap him to prevent the wedding from happening. But those converted thugs come to the rescue, and the couple marries and lives happily ever after.
|The Freshman 1925 N/R, 70 min.|
Director: Fred C. Newmeyer
Cast: Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston, Brooks Benedict, James Anderson, Hazel Keener, Joseph Harrington, Pat Harmon, May Wallace, Charles Stevenson, Oscar Smith
This is a great silent film about a nerdy freshman, Harold (Harold Lloyd), aspiring to be popular and to be selected as a player on the Tate College football team. He makes it AND becomes a hero.
|Quick Millions 1931 N/R, 69 min.|
Director: Rowland Brown
Cast: Spencer Tracy, Marguerite Churchill, Sally Eilers, Robert Burns, John Wray, George Raft, Warner Richmond, Edgar Kennedy, Leon Ames, Ward Bond, John Swor, Oscar Apfel, Dixie Lee, Tom London, Oscar Smith
"Bugs" Raymond (Spencer Tracy) turns his job of truck driving into illegal racketeering and makes big money. Now, he sets out to marry socialite Dorothy Stone (Marguerite Churchill)–only to lose out in the end.
|1. For Heaven's Sake (1926)|
2. The Freshman (1925)
3. Quick Millions (1931)
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