Harold Lloyd

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  • Differences Of Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, And Charlie Chaplin

    Among the numerous great silent film directors, the three that are commonly mentioned surrounding that discussion are Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, and Charlie Chaplin. Having seen a greater amount of Charlie Chaplin’s wonderful work than the others, Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd most certainly still got my consideration. In spite of every one of the three delivering awesome pieces of visual artwork, they shared some comparable attributes, but they each had unique differences which contributed to their each distinct style of silent film production. From seeing films produced by all three of these directors, it is evident that comedy works brilliantly well with the silent movie format. Chaplin took an innovative strategy to attempt to bring…

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  • Analysis Of Charlie Chaplin's City Lights

    By now we are familiar with Charlie Chaplin’s silent films and his talents; not only as a pantomime actor but also as a writer and director. Certainty, his 1931 silent film “City Lights” is a proof of his talent as an actor, writer, chorographer and director (Kamin) . The film gave Chaplin the opportunity to display his creative talents within the silent film industry. Although, Chaplin’s talents are numerous we are going to concentrate on his acting performance in the “City Lights” film. In…

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  • The Plots In Buster Keaton's The General

    Train robberies, the Civil War and a damsel in distress. These are the major plots of Buster Keaton’s The General. The General premiered in 1926 and was written and directed by Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman. The film stars Keaton as train-loving, everyman, Johnny Gray and Marion Mack as Gray’s sweetheart, Annabelle Lee. The General monopolizes on the success of chase films such as The Great Train Robbery to create a film that seamlessly combines drama, action and comedy. In fact, these three…

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  • M By Fritz Lang Analysis

    Not often does a decision made by a director due to lack of funds create an end result that critics will continue discussing for nearly a century. However German director Fritz Lang, made such a decision for his 1931 film, M. Partly due to monetary constraints, and partly due to feelings that his own artistic vision would be compromised by including sound in his piece, the end result was a film with roughly a third in total silence. No film, as of yet, quite encapsulates the deafening power of…

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  • Cracker Barrel Case Study

    “The day in the life of the Cracker Barrel Waitress” Arlington, Texas - Three servers from the local Cracker Barrel know all the tips and tricks to getting the best tips and staying on top of the game when it comes to serving. Angelique Ochoa has been a server for just under a year and believe that it is her bubbling personality that gives her the edge in getting tips from her customers. “If you are rude to them and act like you don’t care about the customers, I guarantee that you would be…

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  • The British Empire: The Suez Canal

    was much stronger than that of Britain. This means that the USA has the upper hand in the contradiction of the objectives. Therefore, it is certain that the Suez Crisis can be regarded as an eye opener for the British government to the new position of Britain which cannot act against the USA. British financial and economic weakness should also be taken into consideration. The British finance became in dire straits in the post-war period and Cooper emphasises that at this point, none of…

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  • A Servant Of Two Masters Analysis

    On November 22nd , 2015 , I had attended a play “A servant of Two masters” that played downtown Pittsburgh at the O’Reilly theater, the play was directed by Ted Pappas. He had put together a creative and intriguing play, having actors stay spontaneous and interact with the audience, therefore no parts would be found boring nor dry. All the actors had held up their end of their roles quite well, by fully disguising themselves as that character they were suppose to be during the entire play. …

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  • The Importance Of Communication Research

    Jan Servaes (City University of Hong Kong) and Jim Anderson (University of Utah) have circulated a CFP seeking to address an apparent crisis in communication research. Aiming to publish in The International Communication GAZETTE, the crisis is rhetorically predicated upon questions such as “What has the communication discipline contributed to the social sciences? What has been its impact on policy and social change?” Citing, amongst other, the apparent lack of distinctive disciplinary problems,…

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  • The Panther Poem Analysis

    The Animalization in The Metamorphosis Including Feelings of Isolation and Powerlessness in Comparison to “The Panther” The Metamorphosis, by Franz Kafka, tells the story about a man’s transformation into a bug. Through his journey in his new life as a bug, he experiences many emotions such as isolation and powerlessness. His family is frightened and disgusted with him and he must learn how to adapt to his new life. “The Panther”, by Rainer Rilke, also displays feelings of isolation and…

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  • The Homecoming Analysis

    Lloyd and Henry’s desire to keep Mae in the house is created out of their fear of loneliness. By them screaming out, “Don’t go, Mae,” “Don’t go,” and, “Stay, Mae,” (Fornes 1361) they also fear change. Their unwillingness to let go of their fears and the departure of Mae, unfortunately, leads to Mae’s death. Mae, on the other hand, does not fear to be alone or allowing change to occur. Throughout the play, Mae desires to experience something other than the abusive and grotesque nature of Lloyd.…

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