Speedy is a 1928 American silent comedy film starring Harold Lloyd. The film stars famous comedian Harold Lloyd in the eponymous leading role, and it was his last silent film to be released in theatres.
The film was written by Albert DeMond, John Grey, J.A. Howe, Lex Neal, and Howard Emmett Rogers with uncredited assistance from Al Boasberg and Paul Girard Smith. The film was directed by Ted Wilde, the last silent film to be directed by him, and was shot in both Hollywood, and on location in New York City.
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