skip navigation
Overview for Lesli Lyon
Lesli Lyon

Lesli Lyon


TCM Messageboards
Post your comments here


TCM Archive Materials VIEW ALL ARCHIVES (0)

Also Known As: Died:
Born: Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: Editing ...


Editing (feature film)

Cruise, The (1998) as On-Line Editor
A double-decker New York City tour bus guide--the eccentric, Timothy "Speed" Levitch--spouts off an archive of beautifully distorted information about NYC, as well as sobering commentary on the strains of civilization. The film unfolds to reveal his tempetuous love affair with the city, as Levitch's

Editing (special)

VH1 Divas Duets (2003) as On-Line Editor
Live special benefitting the Save the Music Foundation featuring host Queen Latifah, Chaka Khan, Mary J. Blige, and Jewel as well as announcing the winner of VH1 reality series "Born to Diva" who will perform a specially written song.
True Life: I'm an Urban Cheerleader (2002) as On-Line Editor
A look at the Forest Brook High School squad's attempt to win the cheerleading National title.
For the Troops: An MTV/USO Special (2002) as On-Line Editor
Telecast of a concert for United States service men and women. Includes performances by Jennifer Lopez, Kid Rock and Ja Rule, as well as behind-the-scenes reports and stories. MTV News correspondent Gideon Yago interviews men and women stationed overseas about how their lives have changed over the l
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum: 17th Annual Induction Ceremony (2002) as Editor
Coverage of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation's 17th annual induction ceremony. Inductees include the Ramones, Talking Heads, Isaac Hayes, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Brenda Lee and Gene Pitney. Stax Records co-founder Jim Stewart is named the "nonperformer" inductee, and guitar legend
All Eye's on Destiny's Child (2001) as On-Line Editor
A look at the R&B Group Destiny's Child.
MTV's 20th Anniversary: 20 Most Outrageous Moments (2001) as On-Line Editor
In celebration of MTV's 20th anniversary, the network has selected its most unforgettable and unbelievable moments, from sex to violence to fashion and profanity.
Everybody Talk About... Pop Music! (2001) as On-Line Editor
MTV takes a look back at 20 years of pop music on the network, complete with information and video clips on artists and videos that defined the scene.
True Life: I'm a Candidate (2000) as On-Line Editor
Follows two unconventional candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives -- 26-year-old John Cranley of Cincinnati, and 21-year-old Black Republican Dylan Glenn from a rural district in Southwest Georgia. Examines the trials of running for office, documenting the entire process, from walking the
100 Greatest Pop Songs (2000) as On-Line Editor
Compilation of the top one hundred pop songs ranging from the Beatles to the present as selected by show producers, researchers, editors of "Rolling Stone" magazine and MTV's music department.
Levi's & LIFEbeat Present: Music With a Message: World AIDS Day 2000 (2000) as Editor
A concert to commemorate World AIDS Day from the Beacon Theatre in New York City.
Beyond Black and White: Affirmative Action in America (1999) as On-Line Editor
A panel of experts examines the complicated issues surrounding affirmative action. Advocates of affirmative action focus on the reality that society still doesn't reflect the principle of fairness and believe affirmative action is a necessary remedy for unequal access to educational and economic opp
Epidemic!: A Fred Friendly Seminar (1999) as On-Line Editor
A panel of experts debates the biological, ecological and cultural factors that influence the causes, spread and control of infectious diseases.
18th Annual American Fashion Awards, The (1999) as On-Line Editor
Coverage of the 18th annual American Fashion Awards gala, presented by The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) from the Regiment Armory in Manhattan. The two-part program includes pre-show coverage followed by the ceremony, which celebrates the talent and commitment of fashion designers.
1999 Special Olympics -- World Summer Games (1999) as Editor
Coverage of the 1999 Special Olympics World Summer Games from Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina, featuring over 7000 athletes from over 150 countries.
Steve Earle: To Hell and Back (1996) as Editor
Country music singer Steve Earle performs some of his best-known songs. Also includes an interview with Earle.
Mariah Carey: Daydream From New York to Tokyo (1995) as Assistant Editor
Concert performance by pop/soul singer Mariah Carey.

Please support TCMDB by adding to this information.

Click here to contribute