Never weaken; Why worry?

United States, 1974

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Episode of New versions of comedy classics series
In ‘Never Weaken’ Lloyd’s last short, (he subsequently made features), he hustles customers for his girlfriend who works for an osteopath. Cast also includes Mildred Davis, Roy Brooks, Charles A. Stevenson. In ‘Why Worry?’, Harold plays a rich hypochondriac visiting Latin America to cure his many ills. Oblivious of all around him, he becomes embroiled in a revolution without realising it. Cast also includes Jobyna Ralston, John Aasen, Leo White.

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16mm film; Access Print (Section 1)

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