Did you know? Masonic Philately
Sir George Cathcart No. 617
Harold Clayton Lloyd. (1893–1971)
U.S. Film Comedian.
When Harold retired from acting in 1945 he had completed nearly 500 films, silent and sound, all of them comedies, and all of them featuring extended chase sequences with hair raising daredevil physical feats.
He wore thick horn-rimmed glasses and straw hat, and performed daring stunts in his cliff-hangers. He appeared from 1913 in silent and talking films. His silent films include Grandma's Boy 1922, Safety Last 1923, and The Freshman 1925. His first talkie was Movie Crazy 1932.
He produced films after 1938, including the anthologies Harold Lloyd's World of Comedy 1962 and Funny Side of Life 1964.
Bro. Harold became a member of Alexander Lodge No.535. Hollywood in 1925.
As a Royal Arch Mason he was a member of Signet Chapter No.47 Los Angeles.
He was also a member of the Knights Templar
and the Red Cross of Constantine.
Stamps Issued:- U.S.A. 1994. S.G. No. 2036.
Seven members of the Keystone Cops were members of the fraternity:-
Max Ashler- Mt. Olive Lodge No.506.
Eddie Baker- Cahuenga Lodge No.513.
Billie Bevan- listed as a member of the 233 Club of Hollywood which was a club for Free-masons in Hollywood.
Glen Cavender- University Lodge No.394.
Fred Kelsey- Mt. Olive Lodge No.596. (he served as Master.)
Hank Mann- Mt. Olive Lodge No.506.