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Girl Shy (1924) was a Action - Comedy Film directed by Fred C. Newmeyer and Sam Taylor and produced by David Gill, Kevin Brownlow and Suzanne Lloyd Hayes.

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FAVOURITE MOVIES: Girl Shy (1924)

on Jun 18, 2018 From Caftan Woman

A story of Cracker Jack and dog biscuits Harold Meadows is the lead character played by Harold Lloyd in a paradoxically gentle and raucous romantic comedy. Harold is a shy tailor's apprentice who stutters at the best of times, but around girls all the time. The girls in his hometown of Little Bend... Read full article


FAVOURITE MOVIES: Girl Shy (1924)

on Jun 18, 2018 From Caftan Woman

A story of Cracker Jack and dog biscuits Harold Meadows is the lead character played by Harold Lloyd in a paradoxically gentle and raucous romantic comedy. Harold is a shy tailor's apprentice who stutters at the best of times, but around girls all the time. The girls in his hometown of Little Bend... Read full article


Girl Shy (1924)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Jun 28, 2016 From 4 Star Films

Harold Lloyd’s feature Girl Shy is not so much a comic gag reel as a character-driven story. The first type I would equate more with Keaton, the second feels more like the sentiment of Chaplin. Lloyd does both very well and in this case, he plays Harold, a tailor’s apprentice with a stut... Read full article


Girl Shy (1924)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Jun 28, 2016 From 4 Star Films

Harold Lloyd’s feature Girl Shy is not so much a comic gag reel as a character-driven story. The first type I would equate more with Keaton, the second feels more like the sentiment of Chaplin. Lloyd does both very well and in this case he plays Harold, a tailor’s apprentice with a stutt... Read full article


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Many of the exterior shots were filmed on Harold Lloyd's massive estate, GreenAcres, in Beverly Hills.
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Also directed by Fred C. Newmeyer




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Also released in 1924




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