WHY WORRY? (1923) B/W "silent" 55m dirs: Sam Taylor, Fred Newmeyer

w/Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston, Leo White, John Aasen, Wallace Howe

The great "silent" comedian Harold Lloyd (SAFETY LAST) fills this film with an endless stream of hilarious gags.

From Georges Sadloul's Dictionary of Films: "A wealthy young hypochondriac (Lloyd), in South America to recover his health and forget his illnesses, gets mixed up in a revolution and rescues his nurse (Ralston) with the aid of a giant (Aasen).

"One of all-American Harold Lloyd's rare excursions outside the USA in which he behaves like a superman in an underdeveloped country with much of the vigor (though not the manner) of Douglas Fairbanks."