United States | 1925 | Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor
Harold Lloyd's most popular comedy of the 1920s finds the clueless, bespectacled boy-next-door doing whatever it takes to become popular on campus—even joining the college football team! Lloyd was one of the three great "clowns" of the American silent screen (along with Chaplin and Keaton), and The Freshman remains one of his funniest films! New music score by Carl Davis.
76 min. Blu-ray. Cleveland revival premiere. New Digital Restoration!
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