Lon Chaney Jr.
In the wake of his father's death, Chaney began to appear in feature films, most notably as the tragically strong Lennie Small in the film version of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men (1939) and as The Wolf Man (1941) -- a role that would typecast him in monster movies for the rest of his life.
In fact, when he died on July 12, 1973, of liver failure, he was the only actor to have played all four of the classic movie monsters: the Wolf Man, Frankenstein, Dracula and the Mummy.
Retiring Marshal Will Kane insists on defending his town from a gang of hooligans who are due on the noon train -- but he faces the task alone as the cowardly townspeople flee like rats from a sinking ship.
- Springfield Rifle
- Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein
- Of Mice and Men
- Charlie Chan in City in Darkness
- The Mummy's Hand / The Mummy's Tomb
- MST3K: The Indestructible Man
- Alexander's Ragtime Band
- The Mummy's Ghost / The Mummy's Curse
- The Alligator People
- Son of Frankenstein /Ghost of Frankenstein
- House of Frankenstein
- Best of Abbott & Costello: Vol. 3
- The Last Frontier
- Scream in the Night
- The Old Corral
- Undersea Kingdom
- Ace Drummond: Amazing Exploits in the Sky
- Son of Dracula / House of Dracula
- My Favorite Brunette
- The Black Castle
- Best of the Abbott & Costello Comedy Hour
- The Lonesome Trail / The Silver Star
- Hawkeye & the Last of the Mohicans
- The Devil's Messenger
- Johnny Reno
- Grampa's Monster Movies
- Heroes of Horror