188788501SUE LYON gained fame at 14-years-old playing a 14-year-old “nymphet” named LOLITA. The film, directed by Stanley Kubrick and also starring James Mason, Peter Sellers and Shelley Winters, put Sue on the map: Followed by a similar role as a naïve temptress in NIGHT OF THE IGUANA, written by Tennessee Williams, directed by John Huston and starring Richard Burton. Upon these two catapults, Sue turned in a dash of co-starring turns including 7 WOMEN and THE FLIM-FLAM MAN… Then, throughout the 70’s, she was practically finished serving in heaven and, reigning in the exploitation genre, headlined a string of low-budget flicks while providing various guest spots on TV shows, ranging from NIGHT GALLERY to FANTASY ISLAND, and made-for-television movies. And we’ll try providing glimpses into everything… the known and unknown: All Lyon, all the time!


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