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Chaplin seemed to stick up for the little guy, but Lloyd seemed to celebrate the striver; he compared himself to Tom Sawyer. The Boy’s climb up the skyscraper in , the city slicker who wants the girl is a weasel, and Harold has to rescue her.Until fairly recently, most critics relied on memory of the films and the received image of the Boy dangling helplessly from the clock face.