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Feet First
Harold Lloyd's second talkie finds The Bespectacled One playing a shoe clerk in Honolulu. Harboring dreams of becoming an executive, Lloyd passes himself off as a millionaire to heiress Barbara Kent. As the plot merrily rolls along, Harold stows away on a ship bound for the mainland, and ends up at the top of a dizzying skyscraper. In a reversal of his dilemma in 1923's Safety Last, Lloyd must find the safest way to climb down the building--with the dubious assistance of bumbling black janitor Willie Best (here derogatorily billed as "Sleep 'N' Eat"). Attempting to… More

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"It has Harold Lloyd, in his second talkie, again dangling from a skyscraper like in Safety Last (1923) but this time it doesn't quite work with sound."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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