Silent film comedy great, Harold Lloyd, answers the questions in the BBC Home Service's pioneering interview series. From August 1962.
Silent film comedy great, Harold Lloyd, answers questions from Liam O'Leary and Peter Duval Smith.
Heralding from the same era as Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd was one of the most popular film comedians of the golden age of silent film. After starting acting aged just 12, Lloyd reveals he never wanted to be a matinee idol. He also attributes his success to a good cameraman and carefully crafted stunts.
Launched in 1952, Frankly Speaking was a completely novel and ground breaking BBC series. Initially there were three interviewers and the series was both unrehearsed and unscripted.
First broadcast on the BBC Home Service in 1962.