The Harold Lloyd Encyclopedia
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About the Book
Harold Lloyd, born in 1893, became one of the greatest comic actors in America. This is a compendium of all things Lloyd, with entries on noteworthy persons, recurring themes, crucial elements of Lloyd’s life (birth, education, marriage, family, hobbies, death, etc.), his prime co-stars and co-workers, the films that made him a legend (201 of them), and numerous other topics covering every facet of the man and the actor, all fully cross-referenced and accompanied by a vast collection of images and advertisements.
An Appendix A lists the Lloyd shorts in the order produced, with the Production Code assigned by the Rolin Film Company officials. Appendix B is a proper filmography, listing each Lloyd film from 1913 to 1966 in chronological order.
About the Author(s)
Annette D’Agostino Lloyd
Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Bibliographic Info: 164 photos, appendices, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2010 
Table of Contents
The Encyclopedia 5
Appendix A: The Short Films, by Production Codes 391
Appendix B: A Chronological Filmography 394
Book Reviews & Awards
“a tremendous must-have volume…the most complete book on the comedian…written well and with authority…a worthy addition to any silent film library…[a] wonder of research…amazing in its detail and enthusiasm…packed with good solid info…valuable…photos are outstanding…a substantial reference work…research is strong”—Classic Images; “an intelligent…treatment of Lloyd’s professional and personal life…a substantial bibliography and an indispensable master index…recommended”—Choice; “a scrupulously researched and detailed compendium”—Film Quarterly; “a fine supplement”—Big Reel; “arrangement of this biography is highly effective…highly recommended”—ARBA; “the definitive reference on the famous silent film comedy star”—Communication Booknotes Quarterly; “much of value…copiously illustrated with never-before-seen photos…I can’t imagine that anyone who cares about this period won’t find himself or herself getting lost in these pages”—Leonard Maltin.com; “dogged research…a scrupulous tribute…an exhaustive guide to the available literature…this is a gracious and generous tribute that is sure to become essential”—Audience.