Burt Lancaster

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  • Birth Name: Burton Stephen Lancaster
  • Birth Place: New York, NY
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 11/02/1913, Scorpio
  • Date of Death: 10/20/1994
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: A Soldier of the Unknown War

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A Soldier of the Unknown War
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Length: 49:51
Aired: 1/1/1978

The Unknown War was an Allied war. For the Russians, the victory had a special meaning. This was a war in which 20 million Russians died, possibly more. watch

VIDEO: A Soldier Of The Unknown War

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A Soldier Of The Unknown War
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Length: 50:00
Aired: 1/1/1978

The Unknown War was an Allied war. For the Russians, the victory had a special meaning. This was a war in which 20 million Russians died, possibly more. watch

VIDEO: The Last Battle of the Unknown War

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The Last Battle of the Unknown War
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Length: 49:46
Aired: 1/1/1978

The Second World War ended in Europe in May of 1945, but the war in the Far East raged on. watch

Videos

Ali The Fighter
Rocket Gibraltar
Ulzana's Raid
The Swimmer

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The Osterman Weekend
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The Cassandra Crossing
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Field of Dreams
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Field of Dreams

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The Allies
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A Soldier of the Unknown War

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Credits

Year Title Description
2008 The Sky Divers TV Show Series, Appearing
1991 Separate But Equal Movie, Actor - John W. Davis
1990 Voyage of Terror TV Show Series, Actor
1990 The Phantom Of The Opera Movie, Actor - Gerard Carriere
1989 Field Of Dreams Movie, Actor - Dr. "Moonlight" Graham

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News

Spanish Film Star Sara Montiel Dies at 85

Sara Montiel, the Spanish actress who famously crossed over to achieve Hollywood stardom, died Monday, The Associated Press reports. She was 85.

Montiel died at her home in Madrid after passing out, according to her biographer, Peter Villora. A La Mancha native, Montiel was born... read more

The Big Sleep Filmmaker, Restaurant Critic Michael Winner Dies at 77

British filmmaker and restaurant critic Michael Winner died Monday at his home in London after an illness. He was 77.

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Walter Seltzer, Veteran Hollywood Producer, Dies at 96

Walter Seltzer, a Hollywood press agent turned producer, died at the Motion Picture and Television Fund's retirement home, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 96.

Born in Philadelphia, Seltzer moved to Hollywood in 1935, where he got a job with Fox West Coast Theatres. He quickly moved into publicity at MGM, working on films starring Joan Crawford, Greta Garbo and Clark Gable.

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Do you know the name of the ...

Question: Do you know the name of the first-ever made-for-TV movie?


Answer: Like all "first" questions, this one is thorny. Generally speaking, the first two made-for-TV movies are considered to have been The Killers and The Hanged Man, both of which date from 1964 and were made by MCA-Universal under the aegis of superagent-turned-media-mogul Lew Wasserman. Wasserman, who shepherded Universal into the world of television production and distribution, saw an opportunity to leverage one of the company's assets — a huge library of old movies — by remaking them for TV. The Killers was a remake of a 1946 film starring Burt Lancaster and based on Ernest Hemingway's short story read more

My wife and I were having ...

Question: My wife and I were having dinner recently at an Italian restaurant and the background music was Dean Martin singing songs from Guys and Dolls. We agreed that Martin would have been much better than Marlon Brando in the movie — was Martin too new on the Hollywood scene to be considered, or was the studio pushing  Brando?


Answer: Producer Sam Goldman wanted Gene Kelly to play Sky Masterson in the movie version of the Broadway hit Guys and Dolls (1955), but Kelly couldn't get released from his MGM contract. (Though MGM stands for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Sam Goldwyn was only part of the studio, which was formed by merging three existing companies, for a couple of years; in 1923, he formed his own Samuel Goldwyn Productions. MGM kept the read more

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