With 31 Days of Oscars over, there are more silent films back on TCM again. There still aren’t many this month, though, as one Sunday is taken up entirely by Disney cartoons. Still, there are many good films this month: Harold Lloyd shorts, a lesser known Mary Pickford film and a Lon Chaney classic.
Get Out and Get Under (1920): This is one of Harold Lloyd’s later shorts, made one year prior to his switch to features. He stars alongside future wife Mildred Davis here, and Hal Roach directs.
High and Dizzy (1920): Lloyd heads on familiar ground with this short. Much like in the later Dr. Jack, he portrays a doctor. The film also makes use of the high suspense moments Lloyd would become known for.
I Do: The second to last Lloyd short to be released, this was actually set to be longer. After some bad…
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