From Hand to Mouth

Infobox Film
name = From Hand to Mouth


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director = Alfred J. Goulding
Hal Roach
producer = Hal Roach
writer = Harold Lloyd (uncredited)
H.M. Walker
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starring = Harold Lloyd
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released = 28 December, 1919
runtime = 22 minutes
country = USA
language = Silent
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imdb_id = 0010146

"From Hand to Mouth" is a 1919 short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. A print of the film survives in the film archive of the British Film Institute. cite web |url=http://www.silentera.com/PSFL/data/F/FromHandtoMouth1919.html |title=Progressive Silent Film List: From Hand to Mouth |accessdate=2008-08-14|work=Silent Era]

Cast

* Harold Lloyd - The Boy
* Mildred Davis - The Girl
* Peggy Cartwright - The Waif (as Peggy Courtwright)
* Snub Pollard - The Kidnapper (as Harry Pollard)
* Sammy Brooks - (uncredited)
* William Gillespie - (uncredited)
* Helen Gilmore - Hag (uncredited)
* Wallace Howe - (uncredited)
* Dee Lampton - Driver (uncredited)
* Gus Leonard - Mr. Will Walling (uncredited)
* Gaylord Lloyd - (uncredited)
* Marie Mosquini - Maid (uncredited)
* Fred C. Newmeyer - (uncredited)
* Charles Stevenson - Stolen Wallet Cop (uncredited)
* Noah Young - Conspirator (uncredited)

ee also

* Harold Lloyd filmography

References

External links

*imdb title|id=0010146|title=From Hand to Mouth


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  • (from) hand to mouth — satisfying only one s immediate needs because of lack of money. → hand …   English new terms dictionary

  • from hand to mouth — ► (from) hand to mouth satisfying only one s immediate needs because of lack of money. Main Entry: ↑hand …   English terms dictionary

  • from hand to mouth — phrasal : with provision sufficient only for present needs : precariously always poor and living from hand to mouth vagrants who live happily from hand to mouth Brooks Atkinson …   Useful english dictionary

  • from hand to mouth — See: LIVE FROM HAND TO MOUTH …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • from hand to mouth — See: LIVE FROM HAND TO MOUTH …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • from\ hand\ to\ mouth — See: live from hand to mouth …   Словарь американских идиом

  • from hand to mouth — poor, spending every cent on necessities    They lived from hand to mouth, never enjoying luxury or travel …   English idioms

  • from hand to mouth — financial hardship, getting by financially from day to day, poverty …   English contemporary dictionary

  • from hand to mouth — Precariously, as want requires, by a bare subsistence, as chance provides, at haphazard, without any margin, by spending the wages of to day for to day s necessities …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • from hand to mouth — idi with nothing in reserve; precariously …   From formal English to slang


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