THE FRESHMAN (1925) B/W "silent" 76m dir: Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor
w/Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston, Brooks Benedict, Hazel Keener, James Anderson
From Georges Sadoul's Dictionary of Films: "Harold Lloyd, a college student, becomes a football player and through his lucky awkwardness assures his team of victory.
"The last reel (the most brilliant) was used later as a preface to Harold Lloyd's last full-length film, Mad Wednesday (1946), directed by Preston Sturges. The Freshman grossed $2.6 million in the USA compared to $2.5 million for The Kid, Gold Rush, and Cecil B. De Mille's Ten Commandments."