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Burt Lancaster film reviews

Burt Lancaster

American actor

02 November 1914
in New York CityNew YorkUnited States

20 October 1994


Run Silent Run Deep

as Lieutenant Jim Bledsoe

How to Be Loved 1958

American submarine commander takes up the mission to sink the Japanese destroyer that guards the Bungo Straits.


Judgment at Nuremberg

as Dr. Ernst Janning

How to Be Loved 1961

Part of the Nuremberg Trials of Nazi war criminals - the movie concentrates on the German judicial officials.


Executive Action

as James Farrington

How to Be Loved 1973

The John F. Kennedy assassination from the culprits point of view.


Conversation Piece

as Profesor

How to Be Loved 1974

Professor, old and lonely, lives in a palace symbolizing his grave. To this closed world the characters from the history, those real and those not real, enter to mark the end of an era.


The Cassandra Crossing

as Colonel Stephen MacKenzie

How to Be Loved 1976

Train from Geneva to Stockholm leaves the station with one extra passenger, young man who was exposed to a deadly plague. Now it is up to doctor aboard to save rest of the passengers.


Zulu Dawn

as Col. Durnford

How to Be Loved 1979

True events surrounding the biggest defeat of British in Zulu War - the Battle of Isandlwana.


Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid

as Swede Anderson (archive footage)

How to Be Loved 1982

The movie combines scenes from old movies with scenes filmed today so that together they would form a meaningful whole... although usually different meaning than in the original.


Tough Guys

as Harry Doyle

How to Be Loved 1986

Two criminals leave prison on parole after serving a 30-years sentences, but the world outside has changed dramatically. Nevertheless they will try to do what they did best - rob a train.

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