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Tommy Lane (I)


Tommy Lane was born in 1936 in Tipton, Tennessee, USA as Tommy Lee Jones. He is known for his work on Live and Let Die (1973), Shaft (1971) and Shamus (1973). See full bio »

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Known For

(1973)
Shaft Leroy
(1971)
Shamus Tait
(1973)
The Pilot Man Outside Bar
(1980)

Filmography

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 2007/II Sweat
Billy
 1997 Virtual Weapon
Shepard
 1983 Eureka
Miami Chauffeur
 1983 Blue Skies Again
The Boy
 1983 Simon & Simon (TV Series)
Gus - Bartender
- Pirate's Key: Part 2 (1983) ... Gus - Bartender
- Pirate's Key: Part 1 (1983) ... Gus - Bartender
 1980 Island Claws
Haitian Man
 1980 The Pilot
Man Outside Bar
 1980 The Ordeal of Dr. Mudd (TV Movie)
Capt. Longheart (uncredited)
 1973 Live and Let Die
Adam
 1973 Ganja & Hess
Pimp
 1973 Shamus
Tait
 1971 Shaft
Leroy
 1964-1966 Flipper (TV Series)
Tom / Nick
- Alligator Duel (1966) ... Tom (as Tom Lane)
- My Brother Flipper (1964) ... Nick
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 1973 Ganja & Hess (stuntman)
 1972 Come Back Charleston Blue (stunts - uncredited)
 1971 Shaft (stunts - uncredited)
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 1999 Inside 'Live and Let Die' (Video documentary short)
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Trivia:

Appeared on stage in 'Cop and Blow'at the Players End Public Theatre in New York and 'Time Turns Black' at Bolling Green University.

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