Harold Lloyd's home is on North Avenida Palmas in Palm Springs, California. The famed silent film star built this Spanish bungalow in 1925 when he was at the top of his game in Hollywood. He had just released the highly successful Hot Water the year before and he would follow that up with The Freshman (1925), For Heaven's Sake (1926), The Kid Brother (1927), and Speedy (1928), all of which were box office smashes. His first talkie, Welcome Danger (1929) was one of his most successful films, but he never took to the new medium as well as the silents and by the 1930's his output was reduced and his success waned. He made his last film, The Sin Of Harold Diddlebock, in 1947. He owned this home until his death in 1971.