While running away from his girl's father, their car breaks down in front of a dance hall run by crooks. Harold has to not only stay one step ahead of the girl's father, but also those trying to rob them of everything they have.
June Daily, daughter of stockbroker J. C. Daily, is engaged to father's assistant Richard Burton, but is enamored of tap-dancing elevator operator Hal Smith. J.C. has a hot tip on stock for... See full summary »
The girl in the film gets a $10,000 inheritance. One hundred years later, in 2019, this is equivalent, due to inflation, to about $150,000. See more »
OUR MOTTO. Slow service; punk goods and bum treatment.
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The rimmed glasses character is fully realized in this film because Harold Lloyd brings out his nuances. He possesses an essence that the Lonesome Luke personality lacked, and demonstrates that he could bring something to comedy without imitating Chaplin's persona.
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