Encouraged by the popularity of Robert Youngson's silent-comedy compilations, Harold Lloyd (who owned all his films) assembled this 1962 anthology. A moderate box-office success, "World of Comedy" includes classic moments from the bespectacled genius: iconic clock hanging in "Safety Last" (1923); the inventive jail escape in "Why Worry?" (1923); and the "get to the church on time" climax in "Girl Shy" (1924). Oddly enough, there are sound sequences from "Feet First" (1930), "Movie Crazy" (1932) and "Professor Beware" (1938) - which suffer in comparison to the golden age of silence. For many years, this 94-minute collection provided film buffs with the only access to Lloyd's work.