Wally Albright (Walton Algernon Albright, Jr.) (September 3, 1925 - August 7, 1999) was an American former child actor. Born in Burbank, CA, Albright appeared in a number of films during his career, and is notable for appearing as a main character in the Our Gang short subjects series in 1934. He only starred on Our Gang for about 6 months appearing in only five episodes plus one additional episode in 1932. But he had lead roles in the five episodes from 1934. He appeared in the Our Gang episode "Choo Choo" in 1932. After that he appeared in small parts of various films made by Hal Roach Studios. At the end of 1933, when Gus Meins took over directing, Our Gang needed a few new characters. Several older Our Gangers left the series in the summer of 1933 including Dorothy DeBorba and Wheezer (a holdover from the silent era). Wally would be one of several characters including Scotty Beckett and Billie Thomas (soon Buckwheat) to debut in 1934 in the Our Gang episode "Hi Neighbor". Wally...
Thunder is a melodrama film released by MGM in 1929, starring Lon Chaney.
Directed by William Nigh, It is noteworthy for several reasons. First, it was Chaney's penultimate film appearance and his last silent film, as well as one of the very last films of the silent era. Second, it was while making this film that Lon Chaney was stricken with an illness that would contribute to his untimely death the following year from bronchial cancer. On location in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Chaney caught a cold during the snow scenes which then developed into walking pneumonia. This combined with his throat cancer led to Chaney's death just after the release of his last film, and only talkie, the 1930 remake of The Unholy Three. Thunder is a lost film, although several minutes of surviving footage were discovered in the late 1990s.
Lon Chaney plays Grumpy Anderson, a railroad engineer with an obsession for running his train on time. His slavishness to promptness causes several tragedies which alienate..., http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0020498