Burt Lancaster. Burton Stephen Lancaster (November 2, 1913 – October 20, 1994) was an American actor and producer. Initially known for playing tough guys with a tender heart, he went on to achieve success with more complex and challenging roles over a 45-year career in film and, later, television.
Burt Lancaster filmography. Burton Stephen Lancaster (November 2, 1913 – October 20, 1994) was an American actor and producer. Initially known for playing tough guys with a tender heart, he went on to achieve success with more complex and challenging roles over a 45-year career in film and, later, television. He was a four-time nominee for ...YearFilmProduction CompanyDistribution Company1948Norma Productions / Harold Hecht ...Universal - International Pictures1950Norma Productions / Frank Ross ...1951Norma Productions / Halburt Productions1952Norma Productions / Halburt Productions
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Lancaster was born in New York. After working in a circus, he began his career in Hollywood with The Killers (1946), with Ava Gardner. Next was Brute Force(1947), in which he played Joe Collins, an inmate who plans to rebel against the prison authorities. In the 1950s, he continued to have success in films such as The Flame and the Arrow (1950), Jim Thorpe -- All-American (1951), The Crimson Pirate (1952), From Here to Eternity (1953), The Rose Tattoo (1955), and The Devil's Disciple(1959). The decade of the 1960s was one of the best for Lancaster. He starred in Elmer Gantry (1960), and won an Oscar for his role. In Judgment at Nuremberg (1961), he played Dr. Ernst Janning, a Nazi doctor on trial for crimes against humanity. In Birdman of Alcatraz(1962), he played Robert Franklin Stroud, a man who spent most of his life in prison. Other major films were Il gattopardo (1963), The List of Adrian Messenger (1963), The Swimmer (1968), Airport (1970), and Scorpio (1973). In The Island of...
Lancaster had various jobs in European film and television. They included Gruppo di famiglia in un interno (1974), Novecento (1976), The Cassandra Crossing (1976), La pelle (1981), with Marcello Mastroianni, Il giorno prima (1987), La bottega dell'orefice (1989), and the TV mini-series Väter und Söhne - Eine deutsche Tragödie(1986).
Titles included Hollywood productions as Apache (1954), Vera Cruz (1954), Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957), The Unforgiven (1960), The Professionals (1966), Lawman (1971), and Valdez Is Coming(1971).
He also had few starring roles in television including Marco Polo (1982) (mini-series), Barnum (1986), and the TV miniseries On Wings of Eagles (1986). In On Wings of Eagles, he played Lieutenant Colonel Arthur E. 'Bull' Simons, a retired military officer who led the rescue of kidnapped civilians in the Middle East. His three last jobs were in TV films The Phantom of the Opera (1990), Voyage of Terror: The Achille Lauro Affair (1990), and Separate But Equal (1991), with Sidney Poitier.Burt Lancaster on IMDbBurt Lancaster at the TCM Movie DatabaseBurt Lancaster at Find a GraveBurt Lancaster at AllMovie
Burt Lancaster ( 1913 - 1994) Burt Lancaster (n. 2 noiembrie 1913, New York City, New York, SUA – d. 20 octombrie 1994, Los Angeles, California, SUA) a fost un actor american, laureat al Premiului Oscar .
Burton Stephen Lancaster ( 2. marraskuuta 1913 New York City, New York, Yhdysvallat – 20. lokakuuta 1994 Los Angeles, Kalifornia, Yhdysvallat) oli yhdysvaltalainen Oscar -palkittu näyttelijä. Burt Lancaster. Burt Lancaster elokuvassa Koston laakso (1951) Henkilötiedot. Koko nimi.
Burton Stephen "Burt" Lancaster ( New York, SAD, 2. studenoga 1913. - Los Angeles, Kalifornija, 20. listopada 1994.) bio je američki glumac. Rođen je u New Yorku u obitelji irskog porijekla. Odrasta u siromašnom kvartu Harlemu i većinu djetinstva provodi na ulicama.
The Swimmer is a 1968 American surreal drama film starring Burt Lancaster. The film was written and directed by Academy Award-nominated husband-and-wife team of Eleanor Perry (screenplay adaptation) and Frank Perry (director).
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Elmer Gantry (Burt Lancaster) is a hard-drinking, fast-talking traveling salesman with a charismatic personality who infuses biblical passages and fervor into his pitches as a way to ease and collect money. He is drawn to the roadshow of Sister Sharon Falconer (Jean Simmons) and is immediately attracted to the revivalist's saintly aura. As the troupe leaves town for Kansas, Gantry sweet talks her naive assistant, Sister Rachel (Patti Page), into disclosing information regarding Falconer's past, which he uses to con his way into her good graces. He joins the troupe preaching "Christ in commerce" and how he is a saved salesman. Gantry and Falconer develop what her manager, Bill Morgan (Dean Jagger), calls a "good cop/bad cop" routine, with Gantry telling the audience members that they will burn in Hell for their sins and Falconer promising salvation if they repent. Because of Gantry's fire and brimstone sermons, the group comes to the attention of the church council in Zenith, Winnema...
A remastered and enhanced soundtrack was released on CD on August 25, 1998. All compositions by André Previn. 1. "Main Title" (1:45) 2. "Long Distance" (1:38) 3. "Mr. Babbitt" (3:15) 4. "Lulu's Room" (2:49) 5. "Do You Believe" (1:55) 6. "Not As My Lover" (1:10) 7. "Under the Pier" (3:14) 8. "Shall We Gather At the River" (1:43) 9. "Kiss Me Goodbye" (4:06) 10. "Stand Up for Jesus" (1:16) 11. "Elmer and Lulu" (1:25) 12. "End Title" (1:35) 13. "Orchestral Suite" (2:56) 14. "Onward Christian Soldiers(Instrumental)"(1:25) 15. "Shall We Gather At the River" (1:43) 16. "Stand Up for Jesus" (1:15) 17. "I'm On My Way" (Burt Lancaster – Vocal) (2:47)
1. Wheeler Dixon. "Cinematic Adaptations of the Works of Sinclair Lewis." Sinclair Lewis at 100: Papers Presented at a Centennial Conference.Ed. Michael Connaughton. St. Cloud: St. Cloud State University, 1985. 191–200.Elmer Gantry at IMDbElmer Gantry at Rotten TomatoesElmer Gantry at the TCM Movie DatabaseElmer Gantry at AllMovie
The Train is a 1964 American French war film directed by John Frankenheimer. Its screenplay—written by Franklin Coen, Frank Davis, and Walter Bernstein—is loosely based on the non-fiction book Le front de l'art by Rose Valland, who documented the works of art placed in storage that had been looted by the Germans from museums and private art collections.
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