A Sailor-Made Man 1921


7/10 · IMDb
A young, love-struck millionaire (Harold Lloyd) is smitten by a prudent young woman (Mildred Davis) right before he makes the most important decision of his life. He joins the Navy, in part to improve his standing with his love’s spit-and-polish man of a father (Noah Young). When she is kidnapped by a sadistic maharajah, the inexperienced hero leaps into action to save his bride to be from peril. The maharajah’s minions have other ideas, however, and the young officer’s toughness is tested.

Director: Fred C. Newmeyer
Budget: 77,315 USD
Producer: Hal Roach
Cast: Harold Lloyd
Written by: Jean Havez, Hal Roach, Sam Taylor, H. M. Walker


Author: Old Boy

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  1. My 2 favorite comedians are from the silent age. 1st- Keaton. Have his silent movies when he worked alone (before Arbuckle). 2nd – Lloyd. Have his collection released by his daughter Vol 1-3.


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