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Harold Lloyd in Safety Last! (1923)


“During the famous clock tower stunt, Harold Lloyd is not as far
from the ground as he appears. The building on which he climbs was actually a fake wall constructed on the roof of an actual skyscraper and skillfully photographed to maintain the illusion.”



























A man hangs from a skyscraper
in New York City, Anon.











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I know so many people who think they can do it alone
They isolate their heads and stay in their safety zones

Now what can you tell them
And what can you say that won't make them defensive

Hang on to your ego
Hang on, but I know that you're gonna lose the fight

They come on like their peaceful
But inside they're so uptight
They trip through the day
And waste all their thoughts at night

Now how can I say it
And how can I come on
When I know I'm guilty

Hang on to your ego
Hang on, but I know that you're gonna lose the fight


Hang on to your ego / Pet Sounds/ Τhe Beach Boys/ 1966 / [Brian Wilson/Tony Asher]

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http://haroldlloyds.tumblr.com/post/61545428697
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http://metalshell.tumblr.com/post/45410515415/an-alternate-take-of-the-saphead
The Saphead / 1920 / d. Herbert Blaché / [ Buster Keaton's first starring role ]

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