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The Sin of Harold Diddlebock

Mad Wednesday

Directed by Preston Sturges
United States, 1947
Comedy

Synopsis

An ill-fated homage to Harold Lloyd’s career, directed by Preston Sturges and financed by Howard Hughes. This film had the inspired idea of following Harold’s Jazz Age, optimistic character from The Freshman into the Great Depression years.

Synopsis

An ill-fated homage to Harold Lloyd’s career, directed by Preston Sturges and financed by Howard Hughes. This film had the inspired idea of following Harold’s Jazz Age, optimistic character from The Freshman into the Great Depression years.

The Sin of Harold DiddlebockDirected byPreston Sturges

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Awards & Festivals

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Cannes Film Festival
1951
Golden Globes (USA)
1951 | Nominee: Best Actor - Comedy or Musical

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