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Girl Shy

Harold Lloyd, resident nebbish of Little Bend, California, writes a book on how to succeed with women, even though he can't stop stuttering when he looks a girl in the face. Lloyd, the supreme technician of silent comedy, created a classically constructed story that never wastes a frame. A paradigm of a great tradition, this 1924 feature shouldn't be missed. Fred C. Newmeyer and Sam Taylor directed.

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Directors:

  • Fred C. Newmeyer
  • Sam Taylor

Cast:

  • Harold Lloyd
  • Jobyna Ralston
  • Richard Daniels
  • Carlton Griffin

Writers:

  • Thomas Gray
  • Tim Whelan
  • Ted Wilde

Producer:

  • Harold Lloyd

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