Welcome Danger

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Welcome Danger
Welcome Danger poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Clyde Bruckman
Malcolm St. Clair (uncredited)
Written by Paul Girard Smith
Felix Adler
Lex Neal
Clyde Bruckman
Starring Harold Lloyd
Barbara Kent
Cinematography Henry O. Kohler
Walter Lundin
Edited by Bernard W. Burton
Carl Himm
Harold Lloyd Corporation
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates
October 12, 1929 (1929-10-12)
Running time
115 minutes (sound version)
10,796 feet (silent version)
Country United States
Language English

Welcome Danger (1929) is a comedy film directed by Clyde Bruckman and starring Harold Lloyd in his first talkie. A sound version and silent version were filmed. Ted Wilde began work on the silent version, but became ill and was replaced by Bruckman.[1]


A student (Lloyd) helps the San Francisco police investigate a crime wave in that city's Chinatown district.


Preservation status[edit]

Both the silent and sound versions have been restored by the UCLA Film and Television Archive.


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