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Bryan Foy

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Biography

Chicago, Illinois, USA
Bryan Foy started in showbiz as a vaudevillian - touring nationally for ten years as one of the 'Seven Little Foys' (the oldest). He left the act in 1918 to embark on a solo career in Hollywood, at first devising gags for Buster Keaton, then filming two-reelers at Fox. In 1927, he began his long association with Warner Brothers, famously producing the first all-talking feature, Lights of New York (1928), at the cost of a mere $18,000. Read more...

Actor

Character: Himself

Don't Get Nervous 1929

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Directing

Writing