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Lyle Tayo


27 Movies0TV shows
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About Lyle Tayo

Lyle Tayo is a 133 years old female from Elmdale, Kansas, USA. Lyle is most well known for acting, and has 27 known credits, of which 27 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Lyle Tayo’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Lyle Tayo’s movies you should definitely watch The Battle of the Century (1927), as with 7.0 it is the highest rated movie Lyle has worked on!

  1. The Battle of the Century (1927)
  2. Yes, Yes, Nanette (1925)
  3. Crazy Like a Fox (1926)
  4. Rainy Days (1928)
  5. Little Mother (1929)

1. The Battle of the Century (1927 Movie)

The best rated movie Lyle Tayo has been a part of is the comedy movie The Battle of the Century, where they had the role of Woman at window (uncredited). It has a rating on Friendspire of 7.0 and 7.1 on IMDb.

2. Yes, Yes, Nanette (1925)

Yes, Yes, Nanette has a rating on Friendspire of 6.0 and 5.4 on IMDb . Lyle Tayo worked on this comedy movie as Nanette.

3. Crazy Like a Fox (1926)

In Crazy Like a Fox Lyle Tayo was worked as Toast the Knowing. This comedy movie has a rating on 6.5 on IMDb.

4. Rainy Days (1928)

This comedy movie has a rating on 6.9 on IMDb. In Rainy Days Lyle Tayo had the role of Mother (uncredited).

5. Little Mother (1929)

Lyle Tayo was a part of the movie Little Mother as Mother. This comedy movie has a rating 6.8 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Lyle Tayo born?

Lyle Tayo’s birthday is on 19 January 1889.

What is Lyle Tayo’s gender?

Lyle Tayo is female.

Where was Lyle Tayo born?

Lyle Tayo was born in Elmdale, Kansas, USA.

What is Lyle most known for?

Lyle Tayo is most known for acting. Lyle has worked on 27 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Lyle Tayo’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Battle of the Century, which has a score of 7.0.

Lyle’s Filmography

As Woman at window (uncredited). Fight manager takes out an insurance policy on his puny pugilist and then proceeds to try to arrange for an accident so that he can collect.

As Nanette. Nanette sends a letter to her family telling of her new husband, Hillory. When Hillory arrives to meet the family, he gets insulted by each member, including the dog, and loses his wig. After having dinner with the family, Nanette's former lover returns, and Hillory must confront him

As Nurse (uncredited). Two rich capitalists want to marry their children, but they don't like the idea at all. She tries to run away, and meets him at the station. They fall in love, unbeknownst to their real identities, and decide each on their own that they have to wreck their parents plan.

As Mother (uncredited). Jay and Wheezer are left alone on a rainy afternoon when Mom goes out to run errands. But when their friends drop by and trash the place, the boys must struggle to clean up before Mom returns.

As Mother. Little Mother is a 1929 Our Gang short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. Produced by Hal Roach and released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Little Mother was the 87th Our Gang short to be released. A silent film, it followed Our Gang's first sound film, Small Talk, on the release schedule.

As Mrs. Hardy. The boys sneak out for a night on the town, unaware that Stan's wife has switched her grocery coupons for Stan's secret stash of mad money. The boys run up a huge tab treating a couple of girls to dinner at a snazzy nightclub and much trouble ensues.

As Lady Golfer (uncredited). Mrs. Hardy throws Ollie and Stan out of the house. They try to impress two young ladies at a golf course and end up fighting with other golfers.

As Landlady (uncredited). When Mickey accidentally knocks out a local boxing champ, he is forced to take the fighter's place in a bout.

As Auto Passenger. The pretty daughter of a bank clerk meets a handsome college student who attempts to romance her. Due to the comical nature of the two kids meeting, the father suspects the student to be of ill repute and he and his wife conspire to scare him away by acting crazy.

As Stepmother. Mary Ann Jackson and Bobby "Wheezer" Hutchins are the children of a widowed inventor who are forced to endure the cruelties of their stepmother and stepsister. The kids get even by rigging a few clever contraptions of their own. In the end the father sells a patent worth millions. Before that, the Our Gang kids bring out out the old "alum" gag, along with several other tried-and-true comedy bits.

As Party guest. Joe Cobb is a wealthy child who longs for a baby brother. His nursemaid takes him to the other side where he meets some kids his age (the rest of Our Gang) where Joe offers three dollars for a baby. Farina finds a fellow African-American neighbor woman who lets him mind her infant which he then paints white and sells to Joe. The rest of the gang has set an assembly-line system that washes, dries, rocks, and feeds male and female babies.

As Milk Customer (uncredited). Charley's battle-axe mother-in-law breaks up his marriage and tries to separate him from his son. Charlie abducts the boy for a father-son outing to the beach. The mother-in-law pursues and comedy ensues.

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