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Job Director, actor, screenwriter
Years active 1914-1955
Top Roles Guest, Bank Robber, Second Sparring Partner / Exerciser in Gym / Referee, Assistant manager, Her Father
Top GenresComedy, Drama, Romance, Musical, Crime, War
Top TopicsWorld War II, Pre-Code Cinema, Gangsters
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Shares birthday with Deanna Durbin, Isabel Randolph, Vincent Ball  see more..

Lloyd Bacon Overview:

Director, Lloyd Bacon, was born Lloyd Francis Bacon on Dec 4, 1889 in San Jose, CA. Bacon died at the age of 65 on Nov 15, 1955 in Burbank, CA .



He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Gold Diggers of 1937 (, 1936)

By Judy on Nov 22, 2014 From Movie Classics

As usual with films which have?dates in the title, Gold Diggers of 1937 was?actually made the?previous year. It stars Joan Blondell, one of my favourite actresses, opposite her real-life husband of the time, Dick Powell. There is a lot of chemistry between them, not surprisingly, and I ?found that I... Read full article

Miss Pinkerton (1932, )

on Oct 10, 2012 From The Stop Button

It’s not difficult to assign blame for Miss Pinkerton‘s failings, it’s difficult to identify anything good about it. I suppose Joan Blondell bad in the lead, but she isn’t good. She’s just doing a persona. Wait, George Brent is good. He’s the police inspector who... Read full article

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Lloyd Bacon Facts
Son of actor/writer Frank Bacon, brother of Irving Bacon.

Reportedly worked uncredited with producer Darryl F. Zanuck re-editing My Darling Clementine (1946) in response to preview comment cards.

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