Carol Lynley | The Smugglers (1968), a TV movie directed by Norman Lloyd

Carol Lynley | The Smugglers (1968), a TV movie directed by Norman Lloyd

Michael J. Pollard | The Smugglers (1968), a TV movie directed by Norman Lloyd

Michael J. Pollard | The Smugglers (1968), a TV movie directed by Norman Lloyd

Saboteur (1942) with Robert Cummings , Norman Lloyd - YouTube

Saboteur (1942) with Robert Cummings , Norman Lloyd - YouTube

Norman Lloyd on upstaging Orson Welles and playing tennis with Chaplin - A.V. Club - Norman Lloyd got his start in the theater decades ago before making the move to motion pictures, working along the way with such iconic figures as Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Renoir, and Charlie Chaplin. He's still working today.

Norman Lloyd on upstaging Orson Welles and playing tennis with Chaplin

Norman Lloyd on upstaging Orson Welles and playing tennis with Chaplin - A.V. Club - Norman Lloyd got his start in the theater decades ago before making the move to motion pictures, working along the way with such iconic figures as Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Renoir, and Charlie Chaplin. He's still working today.

From The Fireside Book of Favorite American Songs; Arr. by Norman Lloyd, Illustrated by Aurelius Battaglia. 1952

From The Fireside Book of Favorite American Songs; Arr. by Norman Lloyd, Illustrated by Aurelius Battaglia. 1952

HELLO TO OUR FAR FLUNG CORRESPONDENT, GEORGE – AND NORMAN LLOYD ...

HELLO TO OUR FAR FLUNG CORRESPONDENT, GEORGE – AND NORMAN LLOYD ...

my vintage book collection (in blog form).: Fireside Book of Favorite American Songs - illustrated by Aurelius Battaglia

my vintage book collection (in blog form).: Fireside Book of Favorite American Songs - illustrated by Aurelius Battaglia

Norman Lloyd as Dr. Daniel Auschlander on St. Elsewhere in 1983 and another photo of Norman Lloyd in 2005.  He was the same guy hanging from the Statue of Liberty in Hitchcock's movie "SABOTEUR".

Norman Lloyd as Dr. Daniel Auschlander on St. Elsewhere in 1983 and another photo of Norman Lloyd in 2005. He was the same guy hanging from the Statue of Liberty in Hitchcock's movie "SABOTEUR".

"The Magnificent Memory of Norman Lloyd: Now 101 Years Old, Offers a Panorama of American Culture in the 1930s & '40s," by Alex Ross | December 4, 2015 | The New Yorker

"The Magnificent Memory of Norman Lloyd: Now 101 Years Old, Offers a Panorama of American Culture in the 1930s & '40s," by Alex Ross | December 4, 2015 | The New Yorker

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