Jodie Foster behind a computer wearing simple plastic glasses.
|1||Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde||1920||horror; drama||John S. Robertson||
Cecil Clovelly as Edward Enfield uses a monocle.
|2||Cabinet des Dr. Caligari, Das||1920||horror; drama||Robert Wiene|
|3||Häxan||1922||documentary; drama||Benjamin Christensen||
Glasses turn up in the final part where the attention is shifted from the days of witch persecution to the 'present times'. We see a female patient dreaming that she is visited by a bespectacled man in her bedroom.
|4||Grandma's Boy||1922||comedy||Fred C. Newmeyer||
Haven't seen this movie yet. Notes based on poster artwork.
|5||Dr. Jack||1922||comedy||Fred C. Newmeyer||
Harold Lloyd as Dr. Jackson or simply Dr. Jack.
|6||Safety Last!||1923||comedy||Fred C. Newmeyer; Sam Taylor||
Lloyd dangling from a clock wearing a suit, straw hat and glasses. Nothing more needs to be said.
|7||Why Worry?||1923||comedy||Fred C. Newmeyer; Sam Taylor||
Harold Lloyd wears his signature glasses as Harold Van Pelham.
|8||Hot Water||1924||comedy||Fred C. Newmeyer; Sam Taylor||
Harold Lloyd wears his signature glasses as Harold.
|9||Freshman, The||1925||comedy||Fred C. Newmeyer; Sam Taylor||
Harold Lloyd wears his signature glasses as the title character Harold 'Speedy' Lamb.
|10||Lost World, The||1925||adventure; fantasy||Harry O. Hoyt|
|11||For Heaven's Sake||1926||comedy||Sam Taylor||
- Harold Lloyd is wearing his signature round glasses (without actual lenses) as the 'Uptown Boy', J. Harold Manners.
|12||Kid Brother, The||1927||comedy; western||Ted Wilde; J.A. Howe||
Harold Lloyd as Harold Hickory.
|13||Mr. Wu||1927||drama||William Nigh||
Lon Chaney wears perfectly round glasses with an elaborate oriental style bridge as Mr. Wu's Grandfather. If not for the glasses the character would resemble a monkey rather than an old man. Chaney also played the role of the title character.
Harold Lloyd in his signature round eyewear as Harold - Speedy - Swift.
|15||Battle of the Sexes||1928||comedy||D.W. Griffith||
- Jean Hersholt in round horn rims as the father William Judson.
|16||Welcome Danger||1929||comedy||Clyde Bruckman; Malcolm St. Clair||
Harold Lloyd as Harold Bledsoe in his first talkie.
|17||Cocoanuts, The||1929||comedy; musical||Robert Florey; Joseph Santley||
Groucho Marx as Hammer.
|18||Morocco||1930||drama; romance||Josef Von Sternberg||
Lo Tinto (role by Paul Porcasi), the theatre boss with the oversized single earring, wears a monocle in front of his right eye.
|19||Animal Crackers||1930||comedy; crime||Victor Heerman||
Groucho Marx in his signature glasses stars as Captain Jeffrey T. Spaulding.
|20||Feet First||1930||comedy||Clyde Bruckman||
Harold Lloyd in his signature round glasses as Harold Horne.