(540th Page on this Wikia!) Harold Lamb is the main protagonist of the Harold Lloyd comedy film, The Freshman. He's one of Harold Lloyd's various everyman glasses-wearing roles, as he's an optimistic college underclassman, who strives to be popular, and tries out for the football team.
Why He Rocks
- He's considered one of Harold Lloyd's funniest roles to date.
- He's very relative and optimistic about trying to be popular, even if it does make him a bit naïve.
- He's also pretty good-hearted and caring as he very welcoming to various people he's encountered and Peggy.
- He's also shown to be a serious determinator and pretty tough, as he was literally made into a practice dummy during one scene, and somehow he still managed to stay upbeat afterwards.
- His famous "introduction jig" scenes.
- As shown towards near the ending of the film, we get to see even more of his determination skills. He was stomped on, got a concussion, and went through several other mishaps on the field. Yet somehow, he still made it work.
- This is also a case of character development since he had started the film and naïve and not very bright, here he's more knowledgeable than before, but also strong and persistent.