Lon Chaney DVD promo - (A TCM Promo)
Watch the promo on the special collector's DVD edition that includes three feature films, a documentary, commentaries, photo galleries and much more!
Address Unknown (1944) -- (Movie Clip) That Little Man
Jewish actress Griselle (K.T. Stevens) and her director (Erwin Kaiser) get a visit from a Nazi censor (Charles Halton) during rehearsals for their pre-war Berlin stage production in Address Unknown, 1944.
Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928) -- (Movie Clip) What An Alluring Woman
Giggly Italian nobleman Luigi (Nils Asther) is entranced by circus performer Simonetta (Loretta Young), who wandered to his estate seeking a flower, his girlfriend Lucretia (Gwen Lee) not amused, in Laugh, Clown, Laugh, 1928, score for TCM by H. Scott Salinas.
Unknown, The (1927) -- (Movie Clip) Always Hate Them
Director Tod Browning's opening, in "Old Madrid" introducing Zanzi (Nick De Ruiz) at his gypsy circus, his star Alonzo (Lon Chaney), eye-candy Nanon (Joan Crawford) and strong-man Malabar (Norman Kerry), in MGM's The Unknown, 1927.
Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928) -- (Movie Clip) Child Of The Road
Struggling to amuse a foundling girl, itinerant Italian clown Tito (Lon Chaney) persuades partner Simon (Bernard Siegel) to keep her by naming her "Simonetta," who grows up to 14-year-old Loretta Young, early in MGM's Laugh, Clown, Laugh, 1928.
Unknown, The (1927) -- (Movie Clip) Gypsy Souls
Following the murder of the circus owner, his daughter Nanon (Joan Crawford), with lustful and not-actually-armless Alonzo (Lon Chaney), who is the killer, makes new plans, hunky weightlifter Malabar (Norman Kerry) paying a last visit, in Tod Browning's The Unknown, 1927.
Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928) -- (Movie Clip) The Great Flik!
Tito (Lon Chaney), as "Flik" performs a wicked stunt, Simon (Bernard Siegel) in support, only to get delirious when his beloved Simonetta (Loretta Young) appears to have accepted a backstage proposal from Luigi (Nils Asther), in MGM's Laugh, Clown, Laugh, 1928.