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Burt Lancaster

Burt LancasterAKA Burton Stephen Lancaster

Born: 2-Nov-1913
Birthplace: New York City
Died: 20-Oct-1994
Location of death: Century City, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Westwood Memorial Park, Los Angeles, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: Protestant [1]
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Elmer Gantry

Military service: US Army (WWII)

[1] Church of the Son of Man.

Father: (postal worker)
Wife: June Ernst (m. 1935, div. Dec-1946)
Wife: Norma Anderson (m. 28-Dec-1946, div. 1969, five children)
Son: Bill Lancaster (film writer, b. 17-Nov-1947, d. 4-Jan-1997)
Wife: Susan Martin (m. 10-Sep-1990)

    High School: DeWitt Clinton High School, Bronx, NY (1930)

    American Civil Liberties Union celebrity spokesperson
    Oscar for Best Actor 1961 for Elmer Gantry
    Golden Globe 1961 for Elmer Gantry
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6801 Hollywood Blvd.
    Heart Attack
    Appendectomy Cedars of Lebanon Hospital (Jan-1958)
    Heart Bypass Operation quadruple (1983)
    Stroke 1990
    Paralyzed 1990
    Irish Ancestry
    English Ancestry
    Risk Factors: Aviophobia

    The Midnight Man (7-Mar-1974)
    The Kentuckian (1-Aug-1955)

    House of Boys (20-Nov-2009) · Himself
    Separate But Equal (7-Apr-1991)
    The Phantom of the Opera (18-Mar-1990)
    Field of Dreams (21-Apr-1989) · Dr. "Moonlight" Graham
    The Jeweller's Shop (1989)
    Rocket Gibraltar (2-Sep-1988)
    Control (14-Feb-1987)
    Tough Guys (3-Oct-1986)
    On Wings of Eagles (18-May-1986)
    Little Treasure (1-May-1985)
    The Osterman Weekend (14-Oct-1983)
    Local Hero (17-Feb-1983)
    La pelle (27-Aug-1981)
    Cattle Annie and Little Britches (24-Apr-1981)
    Atlantic City (2-Sep-1980) · Lou
    Zulu Dawn (15-May-1979)
    Go Tell the Spartans (14-Jun-1978)
    The Island of Dr. Moreau (13-Jul-1977)
    Twilight's Last Gleaming (9-Feb-1977)
    The Cassandra Crossing (18-Dec-1976)
    Victory at Entebbe (13-Dec-1976)
    1900 (15-Aug-1976)
    Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson (24-Jun-1976)
    Moses (22-Dec-1974)
    Conversation Piece (10-Dec-1974)
    The Midnight Man (7-Mar-1974)
    Executive Action (7-Nov-1973)
    Scorpio (19-Apr-1973) · Cross
    Ulzana's Raid (18-Oct-1972) · McIntosh
    Valdez Is Coming (9-Apr-1971) · Valdez
    Lawman (11-Mar-1971) · Jared Maddox
    King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis (24-Mar-1970) · Himself
    Airport (5-Mar-1970) · Mel Bakersfeld
    The Gypsy Moths (28-Aug-1969) · Mike Rettig
    Castle Keep (23-Jul-1969)
    The Swimmer (15-May-1968)
    The Scalphunters (2-Apr-1968) · Joe Bass
    The Professionals (2-Nov-1966) · Dolworth
    The Hallelujah Trail (23-Jun-1965)
    The Train (22-Sep-1964) · Labiche
    Seven Days in May (12-Feb-1964) · Gen. James M. Scott
    The List of Adrian Messenger (29-May-1963)
    The Leopard (28-Mar-1963) · Don Fabrizio
    A Child Is Waiting (13-Feb-1963) · Dr. Matthew Clark
    Birdman of Alcatraz (3-Jul-1962) · Robert Stroud
    Judgment at Nuremberg (14-Dec-1961) · Ernst Janning
    The Young Savages (24-May-1961) · Hank Bell
    Elmer Gantry (7-Jul-1960) · Elmer Gantry
    The Unforgiven (6-Apr-1960)
    The Devil's Disciple (21-Aug-1959) · Anthony Anderson
    Separate Tables (18-Dec-1958)
    Run Silent Run Deep (27-Mar-1958) · Lt. Jim Bledsoe
    Sweet Smell of Success (27-Jun-1957) · J. J. Hunsecker
    Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (30-May-1957)
    The Rainmaker (13-Dec-1956) · Bill Starbuck
    Trapeze (30-May-1956) · Mike Ribble
    The Rose Tattoo (12-Dec-1955) · Alvaro Mangiacavallo
    The Kentuckian (1-Aug-1955)
    Vera Cruz (25-Dec-1954)
    Apache (9-Jul-1954) · Massai
    His Majesty O'Keefe (16-Jan-1954) · Capt. David O'Keefe
    From Here to Eternity (5-Aug-1953) · 1st Sgt. Milton Warden
    South Sea Woman (3-Jun-1953) · Sgt. James O'Hearn
    Come Back, Little Sheba (24-Dec-1952) · Doc Delaney
    The Crimson Pirate (27-Sep-1952) · Vallo, the Crimson Pirate
    Ten Tall Men (26-Oct-1951)
    Jim Thorpe: All American (24-Aug-1951) · Jim Thorpe
    Vengeance Valley (16-Feb-1951) · Owen Daybright
    Mister 880 (29-Sep-1950) · Steve Buchanan
    The Flame and the Arrow (9-Jul-1950)
    Rope of Sand (3-Aug-1949) · Mike Davis
    Criss Cross (12-Jan-1949)
    Sorry, Wrong Number (1-Sep-1948) · Henry Stevenson
    All My Sons (27-Mar-1948) · Chris Keller
    I Walk Alone (16-Jan-1948) · Frankie Madison
    Kiss the Blood Off My Hands (30-Oct-1947)
    Variety Girl (29-Aug-1947) · Himself
    Desert Fury (15-Aug-1947) · Tom Hanson
    Brute Force (30-Jun-1947) · Joe Collins
    The Killers (28-Aug-1946)

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