I’m on My Way 1919

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On his wedding day, nervous Harold Lloyd is one minute and four seconds late for a pre-nuptial meeting with impatient bride-to-be Bebe Daniels. Ms. Daniels scolds Mr. Lloyd, and persuades him to buy her “a few things” in a nearby store. After an hour of shopping, Daniels wants to go home for a frock change, leaving Lloyd to manage her towering purchases. Lloyd’s method of getting the packages to Daniels’ home is the highlight of “I’m on My Way”. While Daniels dons a new outfit, Lloyd spends some time with neighbor “Snub” Pollard, who has been “married so long he has lost all sense of pain.” Mr. Pollard’s bugling family and noisy neighbors give Lloyd second thoughts about going through with his own wedding plans.

Director: Hal Roach
Producer: Hal Roach
Distributed by: Pathé Exchange

Stars: Harold Lloyd, ‘Snub’ Pollard, Bebe Daniels

 

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Sold at Auction 1923

 

IMDb 7.7/10

sold at auction 1923

Snub gets a job helping an auctioneer. He’s instructed to sell off a household estate, but goes to the wrong house. After everything is sold, the real owner returns, and forces Snub to track down all the buyers to restore the property.
Director: Charley Chase (as Charles Parrott)
Writer: H.M. Walker (titles)
Stars: ‘Snub’ Pollard, Wallace Howe, James Finlayson

 

 

It’s a gift 1923

IMDb 7.4

It's a gift

A group of oil magnates are trying to think of new ways to attract business. One of them suggests that they contact the inventor Pollard, who has devised a new gasoline substitute. Pollard himself lives in a home filled with his eccentric inventions. When he gets the message from the oil company, he is excited about the opportunity to demonstrate his innovation.

—Snow Leopard

Director: Hugh Fay

Produced by Hal Roach
Stars: ‘Snub’ Pollard, Marie Mosquini, William Gillespie

The Yokel 1926

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Snub comes to town with his pet duck where people think that he has struck oil at home, and so is briefly pursued by the young women, before settling on Thelma Daniels.

Director: James D. Davis (as James Davis)
Stars: ‘Snub’ Pollard, Thelma Daniels, Bob O’Connor

On the Fire 1919

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Also Known as The Chief

In this Hal Roach comedy Harold Lloyd is employed as “The Chef” for a fancy restaurant,

“Snub” Pollard plays an amusing assistant chef, plate slinger, and bottle washer; and, Bebe Daniels is an expectedly irresistible restaurant patron.

Director: Hal Roach
Stars: Harold Lloyd, Bebe Daniels, ‘Snub’ Pollard

 

Double Trouble 1927

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“Snub” and his much larger dancing partner, “Fat” (Marvin Loback), struggle with each other in the room they share, try to crash the local vaudeville house and end up having to repossess a piano from their former landlord.

Director: James D. Davis
Stars: ‘Snub’ Pollard, Marvin Loback, Harry Martell

The Big Shot 1929

 

Fat and Snub are a reporter and photographer who try to track down a reclusive Scotsman for an interview and photo.
Director: James D. Davis
Stars: ‘Snub’ Pollard, Marvin Loback, Thelma Daniels