Movie Crazy (1932) was a Comedy - Family Film directed by Clyde Bruckman and Harold Lloyd and produced by Harold Lloyd and Suzanne Lloyd Hayes.
Overlooked Gems: Movie Crazy (1932)By Lesley Coffin on Nov 22, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
In college I can remember having one big debate with a professor which got a little ?heated.?? It was with a professor I respected more than any other, but for whatever reason, one comment got under my skin.? It was in regards to the silent comics, when he ranked the top four, Chaplin, Keaton, Lloyd... Read full article
"Movie Crazy," or Lloyd BridgesBy David on Aug 6, 2013 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
In the 1932 film "Movie Crazy," pre-code meets pre-pre-code. As small-town boy Harold Hall, Harold Lloyd plays the same sincere, guileless but resourceful character he played in silent films. He's followed his star to Hollywood, where he wants to break into pictures in the worst way. But the peopl... Read full article
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This was the first film that Harold Lloyd worked with a full script of prepared dialogue.
The final climax of the picture on board of the ship between Harold and Vance was basically reworked from Harold Lloyd's The Kid Brother. The film was also shot with a silent film camera to re-create the Lloyd silent technique and the sound effects and dialogue were recorded in post-production.
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