Chester Lyons


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Fair Warning (1937)
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Ramona (1936)
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Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936)
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White Hunter (1936)
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Three Live Ghosts (1936)
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Under the Pampas Moon (1935)
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Mad Love (1935)
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Sequoia (1935)
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Bombshell (1933)
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What Price Decency? (1933)
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Young America (1932)
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Society Girl (1932)
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Deception (1932)
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Bad Girl (1931)
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Young As You Feel (1931)
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Lightnin' (1930)
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Not Damaged (1930)
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Song o' My Heart (1930)
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Liliom (1930)
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They Had To See Paris (1929)
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Lucky Star (1929)
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Fugitives (1929)
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Nameless Men (1928)
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A Woman Against the World (1928)
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The Naughty Duchess (1928)
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Clothes Make the Woman (1928)
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Mother Machree (1928)
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The Gateway of the Moon (1928)
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Bachelor's Paradise (1928)
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The Power of the Press (1928)
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Night Life (1927)
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Women's Wares (1927)
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Love Makes 'Em Wild (1927)
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The Gentle Cyclone (1926)
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The First Year (1926)
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The Only Thing (1925)
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Frivolous Sal (1925)
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Daddy's Gone a-Hunting (1925)
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The Circle (1925)
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Man and Maid (1925)
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Happiness (1924)
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The Nth Commandment (1923)
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Just Like a Woman (1923)
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The Age of Desire (1923)
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Children of Dust (1923)
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The Man Life Passed By (1923)
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The Valley of Silent Men (1922)
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Sisters (1922)
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The Bootlegger's Daughter (1922)
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Back Pay (1922)
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The Good Provider (1922)
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The Pride of Palomar (1922)
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Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford (1921)
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The Village Sleuth (1920)
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Nineteen and Phyllis (1920)
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Paris Green (1920)
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An Old Fashioned Boy (1920)
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Alarm Clock Andy (1920)
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Peaceful Valley (1920)
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Homer Comes Home (1920)
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Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway (1920)
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Hay Foot, Straw Foot (1919)
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Crooked Straight (1919)
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The Girl Dodger (1919)
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The Sheriff's Son (1919)
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Greased Lightning (1919)
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The Egg Crate Wallop (1919)
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The Busher (1919)
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Red Hot Dollars (1919)
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Bill Henry (1919)
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The Family Skeleton (1918)
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The Claws of the Hun (1918)
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His Own Home Town (1918)
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The Law of the North (1918)
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A Nine O'Clock Town (1918)
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The Hired Man (1918)
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Playing the Game (1918)
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String Beans (1918)
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Uncle Tom's Cabin (1918)
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Idolators (1917)
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The Last of the Ingrams (1917)
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His Mother's Boy (1917)
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Time Locks and Diamonds (1917)
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Love or Justice (1917)
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Sudden Jim (1917)
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The Son of His Father (1917)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Lucky Star (1929) - Good Deed For The Day Somewhere in the trenches, France 1918, selfish sergeant Wrenn (Guinn Williams, Jack Pennick his driver) takes off to party, then returns to order Tim (Charles Farrell) to handle his dangerous task, with a bad outcome, in Frank Borzage's Lucky Star, 1929, also starring Janet Gaynor.
Mad Love (1935) - I'd Gladly Give My Own Two Hands Paris surgeon Gogol (Peter Lorre), who is thus far not sinister, only obsessed with actress Yvonne (Frances Drake), concludes he cannot save her injured pianist husband’s hands, then remembers, without telling her, the ones left over from the execution he just witnessed, in Mad Love, 1935.
Mad Love (1935) - She's Only Wax Opening in which we meet Frances Drake as Mme. Yvonne Orlac, before her last performance at a Paris horror theater, and Peter Lorre as Dr. Gogol, a big fan, visiting her wax likeness at the museum next door, in MGM’s version of Maurice Renard’s Hands Of Orlac, Mad Love, 1935.
Mad Love (1935) - Not Death But Love Ever nuttier Dr. Gogol (Peter Lorre) is communing with his stolen wax statue of his beloved Madame Orlac (Frances Drake), then we join her and pianist husband (Colin Clive), whose hands the doctor saved by secretly replacing them with those of an executed murderer, in Mad Love, 1935.
Mad Love (1935) - I Must See You Again Doctor Gogol (Peter Lorre), famous surgeon and leading patron of a Paris horror theater, is thrilled to meet his favorite actress Madame Orlac (Frances Drake) then crushed to learn she's married, and leaving town in Mad Love, 1935.

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