The Unholy Three

1925, Crime/Drama, 1h 9m

7 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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A side-show ventriloquist (Lon Chaney) forms an underground trio with a strongman and a midget.

Cast & Crew

Lon Chaney
Professor Echo, the Ventriloquist
Mae Busch
Rosie O'Grady
Matt Moore
Hector MacDonald
Harry Earles
Tweedledee
Matthew Betz
Detective Regan
William Humphrey
Attorney for the Defense
E. Alyn Warren
Prosecuting Attorney
Walter Perry
Dime Museum Announcer (uncredited)
John Merkyl
Jeweler (uncredited)
Charles Wellesley
John Arlington (uncredited)
Percy Williams
Butler (uncredited)
Marjorie Morton
Mrs. Arlington (uncredited)
Violet Kane
Arlington Daughter in Photo (uncredited)
Louis Morrison
Police Commissioner (uncredited)
David Kesson
Cinematographer
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  • Oct 12, 2009
    Another good turn from Lon Chaney. He plays a side show ventriloquist (in a silent movie!?!?) who, along with Hercules the Strong Man (Victor McLaglen) and Tweedledee the Smallest Man (Harry Earles), call themselves the Unholy Three and are burglars. The remake talkie from 1930 is very similar, and they both have their merits. But the last scene of this silent version pushes it slightly over the other for me. Very moving, and shows how little Chaney had to do to get a point across. This films gets an extra 1/2 star just for that few seconds of film.
    Cindy I Super Reviewer
  • Apr 23, 2009
    tod browning, king of the freaks. better than the remake by jack conway from 1930, which is mostly notable for being lon chaney's only talkie
    Stella D Super Reviewer
  • Sep 18, 2007
    Victor McLaglen is SO young is this one. PS - Lon Chaney truly was the man of 1000 faces. I stepped out of the room at one point and when I came back I didn't realize he was in disguise; I thought there was just a new character in the story.
    Valerie G Super Reviewer

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