Ben Lyon

Biography

From Wikipedia

Ben Lyon (February 6, 1901 – March 22, 1979) was an American actor and a studio executive at 20th Century Fox.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Lyon entered films in 1918 after a successful appearance on Broadway opposite Jeanne Eagels. He attracted attention in the...

15 titles Acting

6.8

The Lyons in Paris

1955 · Ben

7.2

Life with the Lyons

1954 · Ben Lyon

6.1

The Dark Tower

1943 · Phil Danton

5.7

This Was Paris

1942 · Butch, Sydney Chronicle Reporter

7.3

Hi Gang!

1941 · Her Other Half

Confidential Lady

1939 · Jim Brent

6.0

I Killed the Count

1939 · Bernard Froy

7.3

Dancing Feet

1936 · Peyton Wells

6.6

Down to the Sea

1936 · Steve Londos

4.8

Together We Live

1935 · Max

6.1

Navy Wife

1935 · Dr. Peter Milford

5.4

Lightning Strikes Twice

1934 · Steve Brewster

6.7

Crimson Romance

1934 · Bob Wilson

6.7

I Spy

1934 · Wally Sawyer

6.3

I Cover the Waterfront

1933 · H. Joseph 'Joe' Miller

6.7

Girl Missing

1933 · Henry Gibson

6.5

The Women in His Life

1933 · Roger McKane

By Whose Hand?

1932 · Jimmy Hawley

7.1

The Big Timer

1932 · Cooky Bradford

6.6

Lady with a Past

1932 · Guy Bryson

7.1

Hat Check Girl

1932 · Buster Collins

6.2

The Crooked Circle

1932 · Brand Osborne

7.6

Week Ends Only

1932 · Jack Williams

6.5

Aloha

1931 · Jimmy Bradford

7.0

Night Nurse

1931 · Mortie

5.7

My Past

1931 · Robert 'Bob' Byrne

6.9

Bought!

1931 · Nick Amory

6.2

Her Majesty, Love

1931 · Fred von Wellingen

6.2

The Hot Heiress

1931 · Hap Harrigan

Misbehaving Ladies

1931 · Phil Hunter

7.7

Indiscreet

1931 · Tony Blake

Lummox

1930 · Rollo Farley

6.3

Alias French Gertie

1930 · Jimmy Hartigan

7.7

Hell's Angels

1930 · Monte Rutledge

5.1

For the Love of Mike

1927 · Mike

The Great Deception

1926 · Cyril Mansfield

7.3

Winds of Chance

1925 · Pierce Phillips

Lily of the Dust

1924 · Lt. Prell

7.0

So Big

1924 · Dirk DeJong

6.0

Painted People

1924 · Don Lane

7.9

Wine of Youth

1924 · Lynn Talbot

Potash and Perlmutter

1923 · Boris Andrieff