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For Heaven's Sake 1926 - Harold Lloyd
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For Heaven's Sake is a 1926 comedy silent film directed by Sam Taylor and starring Harold Lloyd. It was one of Lloyd's most successful films and the 12th highest-grossing film of the silent era, pulling in $2,600,000.

Millionaire J. Harold Manners (Harold Lloyd) finds himself in the poor part of town one day. When he accidentally sets fire to a charity pushcart dispensing free coffee and owned by do-gooder Brother Paul (Paul Weigel), he pulls out his checkbook to cover the damage. Brother Paul, who was talking to another person about his dream to build a mission, assumes he wants to pay for the mission and tells him $1000. Though he finds that a rather hefty amount for a mere pushcart, Manners pays without complaint.

In the late 1920s, Lloyd alternated between making what he called "gag pictures" and "character pictures". This was a "gag picture". Released April 1, 1926.

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