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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.