Having appeared in more than 200 films and widely considered to be one of cinema’s most respected comic geniuses, Harold Lloyd was one of Hollywood’s first true movie stars. Now, entertainment enthusiasts of all ages can enjoy the work of the man who inspired generations of acting greats with The Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection, available on DVD on November 15, 2005, from New Line Home Entertainment. Digitally remastered, restored and rescored, the three-volume, seven-disc DVD collection includes 15 feature films, 10 shorts and a bonus disc containing a treasure chest of extras including Harold Lloyd’s home movies, star tributes, photo galleries, all-new interviews and featurettes, and a 3-D bonus photo disc with a pair of 3-D photo glasses. The Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection is available at a $89.95 SRP. Each volume can also be purchased separately at a $29.95 SRP. The DVD order due date is October 11, 2005. With a career that spanned more than 34 years, Harold Lloyd essentially created the feature-length film. Best known for his comedy movies including The Freshman, Speedy and Safety Last! – which features one of Hollywood’s most iconic images of Harold Lloyd hanging from the hands of a giant clock – the influence of his physical comedy is evident in the performances of many of today’s leading actors. His trademark combination of physical skill, well-developed characters and keen comic timing have influenced such acclaimed talents as Lucille Ball, Jim Carrey, Dustin Hoffman and Johnny Depp. “Harold Lloyd was a true cinema icon whose unique brand of filmmaking and comic timing have impacted generations of movie-going audiences,” said Justine Brody, senior vice president of marketing, New Line Home Entertainment. “The Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection is a virtual film history treasure trove, offering viewers of all ages an outstanding selection of remastered, restored and rescored Hollywood gems.” DVD SPECIAL FEATURES* AND EPISODE GUIDE Volume 1 Disc 1: · Feature films and shorts - Girl Shy (1924), Safety Last! (1923), An Eastern Westerner (1920), Ask Father (1919), From Hand to Mouth (1919) · Commentary by Leonard Maltin director and Rich Correll on Safety Last! · Production and publicity galleries · Animated menus · 4X3 full frame versions · 2M mono audio Disc 2: · Feature films and shorts - The Milky Way (1936), The Cat’s Paw (1934), Why Worry? (1923) · Featurette “Harold’s Hollywood: Then and Now” · Production and publicity galleries · English subtitles and closed captions · Animated menus · 4X3 full frame versions · Spanish subtitles – on feature films · 2M mono audio Volume 2 Disc 1: · Feature films and shorts - Kid Brother (1927), The Freshman (1925), Bumping Into Broadway (1919), Billy Blazes, Esq. (1919) · Commentary by Leonard Maltin, Rich Correll and film historian Richard Bann on The Freshman · Commentary by Harold Lloyd’s granddaughter, Suzanne Lloyd, author Annette Lloyd, and Rich Correll on Kid Brother · Production and publicity galleries · Animated menus · 4X3 full frame versions · 2M mono audio Disc 2: · Feature films and shorts - Feet First (1930), Grandma’s Boy (1922), Dr. Jack (1922), Now or Never (1921), High and Dizzy (1920) · “Scoring for Comedy” Featurette · Production and publicity galleries · English subtitles and closed captions · Spanish subtitles · Animated menus · 4X3 full frame versions · 2M mono audio Volume 3 Disc 1: · Feature films and shorts - Speedy (1928), Hot Water (1924), Never Weaken (1921), Haunted Spooks (1920), · Commentary by Suzanne Lloyd, Annette Lloyd and Rich Correll on Speedy and Haunted Spooks · Production and publicity galleries · Animated menus · 4X3 full frame versions · 2M mono audio Disc 2: · Feature films and shorts - Movie Crazy (1932), For Heaven’s Sake (1926), I Do (1921), Among Those Present (1921), A Sailor-Made Man (1921), Get Out and Get Under (1920), Number Please? (1920) · “Greenacres” Featurette · Productions and publicity galleries · English subtitles and closed captions · Spanish subtitles · 4X3 full frame versions Bonus Disc (Collector’s Set Only) · Rare home movies · Introductions from film critic and historian Leonard Maltin · Photo galleries, lobby cards and production stills · Comparisons between domestic and international prints · “Then-and-now” location comparisons · Tributes and interviews with family, friends and legendary celebrities including Debbie Reynolds, Robert Wagner, Tab Hunter and director John Landis · Rogues’ gallery of autographed photos of celebrities, presidents and sports heroes · Scrapbook collection - Reviews, programs, etc. · 3-D photos (3-D glasses included) · Over 30 featurettes · And more!