Unfortunately I missed Daily Dose 1, 2, and 3. However I do happen to own the entire collection of Harold Lloyd, so I will make my comments based on what I recall. My favorite movie genre is silent movies mainly because it takes real talent to get the intended message across without the use of the spoken word and limited use of props. I also read recently an article that I bumped in to on the internet that Harold Lloyd had 2-3 missing fingers on one of his hands, that he always wore a prosthesis or a glove to hide that from the audience, he performed all his stunts, and I can say some of them are truly amazing like him climbing a multi-storied building in Safety Last.
Mr Lloyd in this particular movie used the entire Coney Island as his stage w/very limited use of props. In this short clip, the crab is his only prop which proves anyone can make a silent movie on a limited budget; just be sure you have the talent to come up with stunts and be able to effectively pull them off.
I have not viewed every movie in the Harold Lloyd collection that I own, but one included was his first talkie. I was hugely disappointed when the movie started up. I felt let down; however, it turned out to be one of his funniest, Cat's Paw; reminds me of Chicago politics!