Man of a Thousand Faces (1957)
[first title card]
Title Card: On August 27, 1930, the entire motion picture industry suspended work to pay tribute to the memory of one of its great actors.
Title Card: This is his story.
Guard: Good morning, Mr. Thalberg.
Irving Thalberg: Good morning.
William R. Darrow Jr.: Who are you? What are you doing here?
Lon Chaney: I'm from the collection agency. I've come to collect my wife.
Lon Chaney: The kind of fellows I play, pretty girls don't write to.
Creighton Chaney at 13: Say, Pop! There's a great new joke going around school. "Don't step on that spider. It might be Lon Chaney."
Hazel Bennett Chaney: Darling, it's wonderful. But isn't it very painful?
Lon Chaney: Only when I laugh.
Clarence Locan: What'd you say?
Creighton Chaney at 13: Huh?
Clarence Locan: A thousand faces! Thalberg's been after me to start a new advertising campaign. "The Man of a Thousand Faces"! How's that?
Clarence Locan: Make it 1001 faces, Lon. This is one I've never seen before.
Creighton Chaney at 21: And he asked of us all forgiveness.