Lloyed Bacon: The Perfectionist
Lloyd bacon was vaudeville actor, stage person and screen player. He was also a famous director. He was born on 4th December inSan Jose,California. He was son of Frank bacon. He was from simple middle class family. He is a well educated as he graduated fromSanta ClaraUniversity.
He started his career form famous actors like Charlie Chaplin and Bronco Billy Anderson. He did more than forty movies. He is best known for supporting Charlie Chaplin in lot of his films. The name of some film are ‘The champion’, The Tramp’, and’ Easy Street’ during years from 1915 to 1917.
Lloyd bacon was a good and famous director of that time. He directed some notable movies after 1920. From 920 to 1955 he directed almost more than hundred films.
’2nd street’ his one of the best movie which was directed by him in the year 1933.In 1937 he directed ‘Ever Since Eve’ was quite successful film. He did all work from screenplay to direction. His other films are ‘A slight case of murder ‘ in 1938 with Edward G. Robinson. In 1939 ‘Invisible Stripes’ with George Raft. ‘The Oklahoma kid’, in 1940 ,’Knute Rockne’, ‘All American’ with Ronald Reagon and Brion, in 1943′Action in North Atlantic’ and in 1944′the fighting Sullivans’.
In 1946 he directed ‘wake up and Dream’.
Lloyd bacon died on 15th November 1955 from cerebral hemorrhage when he was 65 years old. He has a son Frank and a daughter. He was very fond of cloths and dressed very well whenever on sets. For this he gained reputation of cloth horse. He used to wear expansive and designer hats. He made lot of profitable movies. He was a kind of workaholic and worked till death. He will be always memorable as a perfect man in every aspect in world of entertainment.