~Among Those Present~
1921
~Plot Synopsis~
By 1921, Harold Lloyd was gradually easing into full-length comedies. This was his second three-reel
film; by the end of the year he would release A Sailor-Made Man at four reels and beginning with the film
after that, Grandma's Boy, he would completely graduate into features. Here, Lloyd plays a coatroom boy
who likes to impersonate a certain English nobleman. A family of social climbers are told that the real
nobleman is to arrive in the U.S. They enlist the help of a "society pilot" (Vera White) to bring him to their
home, and when she can't get the real lord, she uses Harold instead. He turns out to be a big hit,
especially with the family's pretty daughter (Mildred Harris), and he weaves incredibly tall tales about his
game hunts. When he mounts a horse to join a fox hunt, he winds up getting himself involved in a load of
comic exploits that put his tall tales to shame.

Plot Synopsis from allmovie.com
Directed by: Fred C. Newmeyer

Written by:
Hal Roach - writer
Sam Taylor - writer
~Cast~


Harold Lloyd ...  O'Reilly, The Boy
Mildred Davis ...  Miss O'Brien, The Girl
James T. Kelley ...  Mr. O'Brien, the Father
Aggie Herring ...  Mrs. O'Brien, the Mother
Vera White ...  Society Pilot
William Gillespie ...  Hard-Boiled Party
Rollin Aremz ...  (uncredited)
Olive Barker ...  (uncredited)
Hal Berg ...  (uncredited)
K. Bleus ...  (uncredited)
Roy Brooks ...  (uncredited)
Sammy Brooks ...  Guest (uncredited)
Bobby Brydon ...  (uncredited)
Evelyn Burns ...  (uncredited)
Jack Byron ...  (uncredited)
Joe Campbell ...  (uncredited)
Al Caukins ...  (uncredited)
Margaret Cleveland ...  (uncredited)
Barney Crozier ...  (uncredited)
Mary Culver ...  (uncredited)
Frank Daniels ...  (uncredited)
Grace Darnell ...  (uncredited)
Harry Davenport ...  (uncredited)
Olive Ellingwood ...  (uncredited)
W.H. Ely ...  (uncredited)
Lillian Farrell ...  (uncredited)
Nell Foltz ...  (uncredited)
Carla Freege ...  (uncredited)
Jim Gether ...  (uncredited)
Louis Goldstone ...  (uncredited)
Minette Grosse ...  (uncredited)
Dorothy Hagan ...  (uncredited)
Adelaide Hallock ...  (uncredited)
Jules Hanft ...  (uncredited)
Jessie Heathman ...  (uncredited)
Jay Higgins ...  (uncredited)
Ray L. Holmes ...  (uncredited)
Slim Holmes ...  (uncredited)
Harry Howard ...  (uncredited)
Wallace Howe ...  (uncredited)
Mark Jones ...  (uncredited)
Clo King ...  (uncredited)
Nellie Kushell ...  (uncredited)
M.S. Lacey ...  (uncredited)
Gaylord Lloyd ...  (uncredited)
Chris Lynton ...  (uncredited)
Bert Maddox ...  (uncredited)
William McCormack ...  (uncredited)
Jack McGinnis ...  (uncredited)
E.G. Miller ...  (uncredited)
Harold Miller ...  (uncredited)
Marie Mills ...  (uncredited)
Dorothy Morgan ...  (uncredited)
Jack Morgan ...  (uncredited)
Dolly Mullen ...  (uncredited)
George Murphy ...  (uncredited)
Louis Natheaux ...  (uncredited)
Alice Nichols ...  (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ...  (uncredited)
Richard Pannell ...  (uncredited)
Tex Parker ...  (uncredited)
Hazel Powell ...  (uncredited)
Gus Priddy ...  (uncredited)
Joe Ray ...  (uncredited)
James Richardson ...  (uncredited)
Bertha Roberts ...  (uncredited)
Betty Roddy ...  (uncredited)
Laura Roessing ...  (uncredited)
Constantine Romanoff ...  (uncredited)
Jack Russell ...  (uncredited)
Lou Salter ...  (uncredited)
Alma Saunders ...  (uncredited)
Don Saunders ...  (uncredited)
Alma Schram ...  (uncredited)
Olaf Schuler ...  (uncredited)
Louis Shank ...  (uncredited)
Jerry Shelton ...  (uncredited)
Ida Shoemaker ...  (uncredited)
William Sidmore ...  (uncredited)
H.C. Simmons ...  (uncredited)
Jack Singleton ...  (uncredited)
Crete Sipple ...  (uncredited)
Lyle Tayo ...  (uncredited)
Bert Turner ...  (uncredited)
Jessalyn Van Trump ...  (uncredited)
Anna Wilson ...  (uncredited)
Noah Young ...  (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Rolin Films

Distributed by:
Associated Exhibitors & Pathé Exchange

Producer: Hal Roach
Cinematography by: Walter Lundin
Film Editing by: Thomas J. Crizer    
Second Editor: Charles Bilkey
Office Staff: Adele Kaufman

Runtime: 35 minutes
Released: May 29, 1921
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