Magazine advertisement for Stereo-REALIST 3-D camera (1949)
3 Biographical Movies |
10 Print Biographies |
1 Portrayal |
96 Articles |
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3 Magazine Cover Photos |
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In a feature picture I like quite well, the one in which I'm hanging on a clock, Safety Last!
(1923), and which is probably one of our most popular, we did the final scenes of that climb first. We didn't know what we were going to have for the beginning of it. We hadn't made up the opening and after we found that we had, in our opinion, a very, very good thrill sequence, something that was going ...
His hobbies included 3-D photography. He took hundreds of stereo images of Hollywood stars such as Marilyn Monroe
, John Wayne
, Sterling Holloway
, Richard Burton
and Roy Rogers
. Many of these photos are reproduced in the book "3-D Hollywood: Photography by Harold Lloyd", which was edited by his granddaughter, Suzanni Lloyd Hayes, and comes with a 3-D viewer.
In the prime of his career, Lloyd's most famous role was the "Glasses" character, a young eager all-American man who was out to succeed in life and absolutely no physical obstacle would stand in his way as he risked life and limb to achieve his goals.