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Lawrence "Larry" Daley is the main protagonist of the Night at the Museum trilogy, appearing in the films Night at the Museum, Night at the Museum: The Battle of the Smithsonian, and Night at the Museum: The Secret of the Tomb.
Larry Daley was a man who had trouble finding work his inventing career did not take off for a while so he found employment at The Museum Of Natural History as a night guard. When he found out that everything came to life he wanted to quit but then he realised that he needed to protect the tablet of Akhmenrah of everything in the museum turns to dust.
For two years, Larry started the company Daily Devices in which he invented the glow in the dark flashlight, the super big dog bone and the unloseable keyring. he visited the museum and found out that some exhibits were being moved to the federal archives and one of those exhibits was the tablet, he traveled to the Smithsonian and defeated an evil pharaoh named Kahmunrah.