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  1. He played number of supporting parts before a producer in 1935 insisted on changing his name to Lon Chaney Jr. as a marketing ploy. Chaney was uncomfortable with the ploy and always hated the "Jr". addendum. But he was also aware that the famous name could help his career, and so he kept it.

  2. Lon Chaney (* 1. April 1883 in Colorado Springs , Colorado ; † 26. August 1930 in Los Angeles , Kalifornien ; eigentlich Leonidas Frank Chaney ) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler der Stummfilmära .

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0151606Lon Chaney - IMDb

    Lon Chaney, Actor: The Phantom of the Opera. Although his parents were deaf, Leonidas Chaney became an actor and also owner of a theatre company (together with his brother John). He made his debut at the movies in 1912, and his filmography is vast. Lon Chaney was especially famous for his horror parts in movies like e.g. Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923). Due to his special ...

  4. It is not known for certain, but Lon Chaney is believed to have even been influential in the selection of the director; although Wallace Worsley, the final choice for director, had previously worked successfully with Chaney on four previous films (The Penalty, The Ace of Hearts, Voices of the City, and A Blind Bargain; the last of which also featured Chaney as a hunchback) at Goldwyn, Michael ...

  5. To transform his nose, Chaney applied putty to sharpen its angle and inserted two loops of wire into his nostrils. Guide-wires hidden under the putty pulled his nostrils upward. According to cinematographer CharlesVan Enger, Chaney suffered from his make-up, especially the wires, which sometimes made him "bleed like hell.": 35

  6. London After Midnight (original working title: The Hypnotist) is a lost 1927 American silent mystery horror film directed and co-produced by Tod Browning and starring Lon Chaney, with Marceline Day, Conrad Nagel, Henry B. Walthall and Polly Moran.

  7. Of Mice and Men: Directed by Lewis Milestone. With Burgess Meredith, Betty Field, Lon Chaney Jr., Charles Bickford. A mentally disabled giant and his level headed guardian find work at a sadistic cowboy's ranch in depression era America.