If the thought of driving in New York City is less than desirable then rest assured that driving around New York City in 1928 wasn’t much better. One would think that the roads would be less congested and the drivers more polite but as you can see from this silent film “Speedy” things weren’t much better. The film starred comedian Harold Lloyd as a crazy taxi driver and was directed by Ted Wilde. If you enjoyed this look at New York City in 1928 you might also like to see San Francisco in 1905.
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