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Lon Chaney, Sr.
17 January 2008 @ 12:13 am



  1. Look at me!
  2. Look at me!!
  3. LOOK AT ME!!!

www.youtube.com/leonidaschaney

Go watch.
 
 
Current Mood: nerdynerdy
 
 
Lon Chaney, Sr.
21 October 2007 @ 05:58 pm
Please, take my little poll.

Thank you!


Give Me Your Thoughts
If I had been able to continue my career, what type of film would you have liked to see me do next?
Action
Adventure
Comedy
Crime/Gangster
Drama
Fantasy
Historical
Horror/Thriller
Love/Romance
Musical
Mystery
Science Fiction
War
Western
View Result
Myspace Polls


 
 
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Lon Chaney, Sr.
01 October 2007 @ 07:35 pm
I have tremendous respect for our men and women serving in the United States military, and I was extremely honored to make this film:

 
 
Current Location: Manning The Deck
Current Mood: thankfulProud
 
 
Lon Chaney, Sr.
30 September 2007 @ 10:15 pm
Whose Idea Was This, Anyway?


This is truly frightening, if not an abomination:



I do not suffer fools.
 
 
Current Mood: annoyedannoyed
 
 
Lon Chaney, Sr.
07 September 2007 @ 02:41 am
"Lon Chaney"

By L. B. Schiotis



Lon, Lon Chaney
He had a thousand faces, maybe
Born in Colorado Springs to deaf-mutes
He understood the disabled for these were his roots

The young boy pantomimed emotions to his father and mother
And took their disciplines unlike his sister and brother
Lon Chaney grew and learned to be secretive and tough
But knew without a heart it's never enough
Laugh clown, laugh and dance upon the stage
Embark to Hollywood where film-making is all the rage

Take any part that's given
After all, it is a livin'
Once a gangster driving a fancy car
Other times a patron of freaks and the bizarre:
Becoming the Hunchback of Notre Dame limping around
Alonzo the armless, his love is the only sound

HE who gets slapped and mocked by the hand
Of the only woman he thought would understand
The Phantom of the Opera's dingy, white gloves
They were all flawed, but he portrayed them as doves

Lon, Lon Chaney
On a silent street where it's dark and rainy
A dark cloak enrobes the unknown
He could claim the misfits as one of his very own
Lon Chaney had grasped the pain of being mocked and all alone

He wasn't as tough as everyone imagined him to be
He wasn't cruel like any of the unholy three
Lon Chaney once climbed a tree in his Sunday best
To return the birds who had fallen from their nest

Patsy Ruth Miller one night innocently strutting about
Lon Chaney's gonna get ya if you don't watch out!
Lon Chaney, who had reached fame's highest peak
Longed to live at one with nature and not city streets
A remote cabin somewhere by a tranqil lake
Lon Chaney's gone fishing and he's hooking the bait

In a small cabin somewhere remote
Lon Chaney was fading with cancer in his throat
The Man of a Thousand Voices could no longer speak
His hands had to form the words he longed to seek

Lon, Lon Chaney,
The color from his face slowly draining
The echoes from his final film drawing near
"Life's only a little laugh and a little tear"
Moving pictures never again to hear him talk
Mourners would soon haunt wherever he had walked

He stood bravely and smiled from the train
Waving farewell in the film's final frame
Lon Chaney, silent but no longer alone
Surrounded by those he loved in his simple home
 
Lon, Lon Chaney
Always grateful to God and never complaining
Was comforted going back to where he began
And spoke his last words with his beautiful hands...
 
 
 
Lon Chaney, Sr.
01 September 2007 @ 03:33 pm
The Art of Lon Chaney, Sr. at Denizens of the Darkness

And while there, please, be sure to follow the links in the right-hand column to more Lon Chaney art.

I love that Jim!
 
 
Current Location: Standing in the Shadows
 
 
Lon Chaney, Sr.
29 August 2007 @ 01:15 am
Poll #1046873 What Might Have Been

If I had been able to continue my career, what type of film would you have liked to see me do next?

Crime Drama
1(25.0%)
Thriller
1(25.0%)
Mystery
1(25.0%)
Comedy
0(0.0%)
Musical
0(0.0%)
 
 
Current Location: Right Behind You
 
 
Lon Chaney, Sr.
Borrowed From & By IAN ADAMS

  • He wouldn't be able to give away high-ranking administration positions to his former co-workers. They're all dead.
  • Children and foreign dignitaries would be more comfortable during photo ops.
  • He isn't always a sinister villain.
  • If he had to hide in a series of underground bunkers, he could draw on over 70 years of experience with being buried.
  • Grinning skull face a more convincing sign of goodwill.
 
 
Current Location: My Usual Haunt