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Harold Lloyd was a well-known director, producer, screenwriter, and actor during the silent era, alongside Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. He is mainly known for the daring stunts he performed in thrill sequences for his comedic movies. While perhaps the movie he is most well-known for is "Safety Last" (in which he famously hangs from the hands of a clock on a tall city building), his most successful film was "The Freshman," which became one of the first fifty films to be selected for preservation by the Library of Congress.