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Aces: Iron Eagle 3U.S. Air Force Colonel Charles 'Chappy' Sinclair discovers a drug-smuggling scheme at his own air base. It turns out that the lives of some village people in Peru are at stake, and he decides to fly there with ancient airplanes and friends to free them.
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MovieholeSeptember 17, 2002
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Louis Gossett Jr.Birth date: 27 May 1936, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USADescription: Louis Cameron Gossett Jr. was born on May 27, 1936 in Brooklyn, New York City. He made his professional acting debut at age 17, winning the Donaldson Award as best newcomer to theatre. He went to New York University on a basketball scholarship and was invited to try out for the New York Knicks, yet he decided to continue his acting career with a role in the Broadway production of "A Raisin in the Sun". Gossett stepped into the world in cinema in the Sidney Poitier version of A Raisin in the Sun (1961). His role as the tough drill sergeant Emil Foley in An Officer and a Gentleman (1982) showcased his talent and won him an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He was the first African-American male to win an Academy Award in a supporting role, the second to win for acting, and the third to win overall. He also starred as United States Air Force pilot Colonel Charles "Chappy" Sinclair in the action film Iron Eagle (1986) and its sequels.
Rachel McLishBirth date: 21 June 1955, Harlingen, Texas, USADescription: Rachel McLish was born on June 21, 1955 in Harlingen, Texas, USA as Raquel Livia Elizondo. She is an actress, known for Rachel McLish: In Shape (1996), Raven Hawk (1996) and Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992). She has been married to Ron Samuels since 1990. She was previously married to John P. McLish.
Paul FreemanBirth date: 18 January 1943, Barnet, Hertfordshire, England, UKDescription: One of Britain's most versatile character actors, Paul Freeman's dark, hypnotic good looks and talent for accents have often seen him cast as villains. He originally worked first in advertising and then he trained as a teacher, while he participated in amateur dramatics as a pastime. As a professional actor he gained extensive experience performing in repertory in England and Scotland and landed small roles at the Royal Court Theatre. He is also a founding member of the Joint Stock Theatre Company.He acted at the National Theatre and began to get roles on British television. Films included The Long Good Friday (1980) (starring Bob Hoskins) and The Dogs of War (1980) (starring Christopher Walken). His work was noticed by American director Steven Spielberg, who cast Freeman as French archaeologist Rene Belloq, Harrison Ford's charismatic but utterly selfish rival in the blockbuster Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981). He had expected to appear in the next Indiana Jones movie, but Spielberg and George Lucas decided on a different story. Nevertheless, his portrayal of Belloq guaranteed him good work in the following years, during which he continued to showcase his command of dialects and chameleonlike ability to disappear into roles, such as the deliciously evil Professor Moriarty in the Michael Caine comedy, Without a Clue (1988).His notable television appearances have included Will Shakespeare (1978), Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (1981), Falcon Crest (1981), Inspector Morse (1987), and ER (1994). He has also continued to work as a stage actor.
Horst BuchholzBirth date: 4 December 1933, Berlin, GermanyDescription: On the cast list of The Magnificent Seven (1960), you will find several names that doubtless you know well: Charles Bronson, Steve McQueen, and Yul Brynner. But there is one name that you will have difficulty pronouncing, let alone identifying as an actor you have seen before. That man is Horst Buchholz, and he was one of the few German actors to have a considerable success in both Hollywood and in Europe. One would hardly guess that he was sought out to act in one of the most famous films of all time, only to have to turn it down.Horst Buchholz was born in Berlin, Germany, in the year 1933. His father was a German shoemaker, while his mother was born to Danish parents. Buccholz was put in a foster home in Czecheslovakia when World War II broke out in Europe, but he returned to Berlin the moment he had the chance. Realizing his talent in acting, Buchholz dropped out of school to perfect his acting skills. After moving from East Berlin to West Berlin, he became well-known for his work in theatre and on the radio. In 1952 he turned to film, and after a series of small roles, he found a larger one in the Julien Duvivier film Marianne de ma jeunesse (1955). He won a Best Actor award at Cannes for his role in the romantic/drama film Himmel ohne Sterne (1955) by Helmut Käutner. However, it was the lead role in the comedic Bekenntnisse des Hochstaplers Felix Krull (1957) that made him an established German actor.He followed this breakthrough role with the romantic film Endstation Liebe (1958) and the thriller Nasser Asphalt (1958), where the handsome young actor plays a former criminal who associates himself with a journalist. Now a familiar face in his country, Buchholz pursued making foreign films. His first non-German film was the British film Tiger Bay (1959). The film is about a girl who witnesses a seaman named Korchinsky (Buchholz) murder his girlfriend. The film won praise in both Germany and Britain, but it was Buchholz' next foreign film that secured his name in the history of classic films. This film was the epic western The Magnificent Seven (1960) directed by John Sturges. Buchholz played Chico, the inexperienced Mexican youth that wants to be a gunman and abandon his past. Buchholz starred alongside such legends as Charles Bronson and Yul Brynner. both of whom had strong European roots. The film was a hit, first in Europe, then was re-distributed in the States to a much higher profit. The film gained massive popularity, and even now is treasured as a classic.Buchholz could now find good and steady work nationally and internationally, which is something few actors could do at the time. He worked on the romantic film Fanny (1961), which is based on a trilogy of plays written by legendary writer Marcel Pagnol. Buchholz plays the role of Marius, a passionate but unsure youth who must choose between the girl he loves, and the life at sea he has always wanted. The film was a fine success, nominated for five Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actor for Charles Boyer (who plays Buchholz' onscreen father).It was at this point in his film career where he was sought as the first choice to play the role of Sherif Ali in David Lean's legendary film Lawrence of Arabia (1962). However, Buchholz had to turn it down, as he had already signed up for another film, which turned out to be the Oscar-nominated comedy One, Two, Three (1961) (directed by Billy Wilder). The film was once again a fine success to add to Buchholz' career, but ultimately gained nowhere near as much of a status as David Lean's film. Buchholz also made the Italian film La noia (1963) in which he plays an untalented artist who begins a love affair with a young model. Throughout his in the early 60s, Buchholz had made a name for himself, acting in one Oscar-nominated film after another and showing off his talent as an actor. However, the success he had reached was not to last.Buchholz continued with film, including the James Bond spoof Estambul 65 (1965) and the crime film Johnny Banco (1967). He starred in the B-movie failure that was Cervantes (1967). Buchholz rebounded with the fiery film Le sauveur (1971) in which he plays a man who claims to be organizing resistance against the Nazis. He also played Johann Strauss in the Golden Globe-nominated musical The Great Waltz (1972). which was sadly another failure.The rest of the 1970s and the early 1980s were spent mostly on television and movies released for televison, whether it be foreign (Dead of Night (1977), Return to Fantasy Island (1978)) or German (Derrick). Buchholz found mild success again when he returned to the big screen with the WW II espionage film Code Name: Emerald (1985) in which he plays alongside such stars as Ed Harris and Max von Sydow. After this film, Buchholz returned to European movies, such as And the Violins Stopped Playing (1988) in which a group of gypsies flee Nazi persecutors. After taking a supporting role in the fantasy film In weiter Ferne, so nah! (1993), Buchholz acted in one of his most well known films: the Oscar-winning Italian film La vita è bella (1997) which was directed by and starred Roberto Benigni. Buchholz played the role of a doctor who befriends Benigni's character and frequently duels with him in riddles. This choice of role proved to be an echo of Buchholz' taste in choosing his projects in earlier years; the film won best foreign film that year, and was also nominated for Best Picture. Thanks to his gift for languages, Buchholz was able to dub himself in the foreign releases of the film.Buchholz continued making films and television appearances until 2002, by which time he was sixty-eight years old. He died the next year, in Berlin, of pneumonia. Berlin had been the city of his heart, and was buried there in honour of that fact. Horst Buchholz had been a renowned German actor, and had gained credibility in the United States and other countries. He was a varied performer, acting all kinds of roles in his life, but was always a proud German to the last.
Christopher CazenoveBirth date: 17 December 1943, Winchester, Hampshire, England, UKDescription: Christopher Cazenove was born on December 17, 1943 in Winchester, Hampshire, England as Christopher de Lerisson Cazenove. He was an actor, known for A Knight's Tale (2001), Heat and Dust (1983) and 3 Men and a Little Lady (1990). He was married to Angharad Rees. He died on April 7, 2010 in Lambeth, London, England.
Shin'ichi ChibaBirth date: 23 January 1939, Fukuoka, JapanDescription: Pivotal figure in the 1970s explosion of martial arts cinema as lethal "fists for hire" trouble shooter, Takuma (Terry) Tsurugi, starring in the phenomenally popular and ultra violent "The Street Fighter" series of action films. Sonny Chiba wasn't a graceful, fluid fighter like screen icon Bruce Lee, but rather he was a ferocious machine that mowed down his opponents with his fists and feet, always with a menacing grimace on his face!Chiba was born Sadao Maeda in Fukuoka, Japan in 1939 and shared a house along with four other siblings to a father who was a military test pilot. As a youth, he was keen on both theatre and gymnastics, and was a talented enough athlete to score a position in the Japanese Olympic Team, until a chronic back injury finished his gymnastic aspirations. However, whilst at university he took a strong interest in karate under the guidance of the legendary "Mas Oyama", and soon earned his first black belt. However, his life took another turn, when in 1960 he was discovered during a talent search by Toei Studios, and he soon began his screen career under the name of "Shinichi Chiba", appearing as "Space Chief" in _Uchu Kaisoku-ken (1961)_ (aka "Invasion of the Neptune Men). Over the next decade, Chiba busied himself with many appearances in Japanese crime thrillers and steadily built a reputation for playing hard men of few words and direct actions.With his martial arts proficiency in karate, judo & kenpo, he was in the box seat to take advantage of the early 1970s martial arts boom commenced by Chinese superstar Bruce Lee, and Chiba starred in the brutal and uncompromising Gekitotsu! Satsujin ken (1974) (aka "The Streetfighter"). The film has Chiba playing a mercenary style, street thug who will do anything for a price, and take on most anyone, including the Japanese Yakuza. The approach of the film was quite different from the Bruce Lee films in that Lee only eliminated his enemies when he was defending his friends or his honor. Quite the opposite, Chiba was only after a fistful of dollars for his deadly services and would engage in mortal combat for the highest bidder, although this often clouded his judgement to his own detriment. The only person "The Street Fighter" respects is his martial arts teacher, the short rotund, karate master "Masaoko" played by Masafumi Suzuki, who manages to easily out smart and out fight the frustrated Chiba! Upon its release, the film was roundly criticised for its excessive violence, including the amazing finale where a lethal blow to the ringleader's skull is shown in x-ray on screen. Fans didn't care, and they flocked in their thousands to see this economically made, yet eye catching chop socky spectacular.A sequel quickly followed with him back again in the messy production Satsujin ken 2 (1974) (aka "Return of The Streetfighter"), which was followed by a third Streetfighter movie also starring female martial arts dynamo Etsuko Shiomi in the gritty Onna hissatsu ken (1974) (aka "Sister Street Fighter"), and then the fourth and final film in the series _Gyakushu Satsujin ken (1974)_ (aka "The Street Fighters Last Revenge"), which was arguably the best of all the sequels.Chiba had firmly established himself as a key anti-hero of Asian martial arts cinema who said little, and used his fists to sort out his troubles. With the demand high from keen action fans, he remained remarkably busy on screen for the next twenty years starring in numerous Japanese film & TV productions with an emphasis on bruising fights, samurai swords, Yakuza gangsters and pretty girls in trouble.Outside of Japan, the "Street Fighter" series of films has achieved enduring popularity through many midnight cult screenings, and their style heavily influenced a youthful indie filmaker named Quentin Tarantino. Tarantino has used strong references and imagery from the "Street Fighter" movies in several of his films including True Romance (1993) and _Pulp Fiction (1995)_. And when Tarantino came around to casting his mammoth Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) project, he was awed to have Chiba accept the key role of the hot headed, and sometimes humourous, Okinawan sword maker "Hattori Hanzo. Sonny Chiba has undoubtedly been a major figure and ongoing influence in the worldwide passion for martial arts movies for over thirty years, and he continues to actively contribute to the genre by encouraging & training young hopefuls seeking to make their mark on screen.
Fred Dalton ThompsonBirth date: 19 August 1942, Sheffield, Alabama, USADescription: Fred Dalton Thompson was born on August 19, 1942 in Sheffield, Alabama, USA as Freddie Dalton Thompson. He was an actor, known for Sinister (2012), Law & Order (1990) and Die Hard 2 (1990). He was married to Jeri Kehn Thompson and Sarah Elizabeth Lindsey. He died on November 1, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Mitchell RyanBirth date: 11 January 1928, Louisville, Kentucky, USADescription: American character actor born in Cincinnati and raised in Louisville, Mitchell Ryan is a well known supporting actor in films and television. During his term in the Navy in 1951, he was assigned to the Special Services Entertainment and became hooked on acting. After his term in the Navy, he appeared in dozens of plays until he received notice as playing a regular in TV's Dark Shadows (1966) for three years.Beginning in the 70s, he received work in motion pictures including Monte Walsh (1970), Magnum Force (1973) and in Clint Eastwood's High Plains Drifter (1973). He had a small part in Universal's Midway (1976) and returned to act in numerous soaps and television series, among them included a recurring guest role in Having Babies (1978), Executive Suite (1976), The Chisholms (1979) and All My Children (1970) and a growing list of television films and TV guest appearances. Ryan is probably best known for portraying the villain that Mel Gibson and Danny Glover are after in Lethal Weapon (1987), but his career included several supporting roles in the past ten years including Judge Dredd (1995), Michael Myers' nemesis in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995), Liar Liar (1997) with Jim Carrey and as Harrison Ford's chief out to get Brad Pitt in The Devil's Own (1997).
Rob EstesBirth date: 22 July 1963, Norfolk, Virginia, USADescription: Rob Estes was born on July 22, 1963 in Norfolk, Virginia, USA as Robert Alan Estes. He is an actor and director, known for 90210 (2008), Melrose Place (1992) and Silk Stalkings (1991). He has been married to Erin Bolte since June 15, 2010. They have one child. He was previously married to Josie Bissett.
J.E. FreemanBirth date: 2 February 1946, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USADescription: J.E. Freeman was born on February 2, 1946 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for Miller's Crossing (1990), Alien: Resurrection (1997) and Wild at Heart (1990). He died on August 9, 2014 in San Francisco, California, USA.
Tom BowerBirth date: 3 January 1938, Denver, Colorado, USADescription: Tom Bower grew up in Denver Colorado and thought he would have a career as an athlete, having played Varsity Baseball, Basketball, Golf, ran Track and just assumed a professional career would follow. Didn't quite work out that way, and so, his hobby of Acting seemed to be the next course of action. He immediately set off for New York City, following graduation and a season of Summer Stock at America's oldest Summer Stock Theatre, Elitche Garden's Summer Theatre, in Denver. Tom, at the ripe old age of 17, wasn't quite ready to take the City and Broadway by storm, but he was about to have a real adventure starting off with his enrollment at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Robert Redford, was in his class but no one really knew he was at that time, and Tom was even less well known. After a year and a half at the Academy, he shifted gears and began studying at John Cassavetes Shadows Workshop, and Tom's first film work ever was in Cassavetes first film; SHADOWS, shot in 1957. Returning home to Denver each Summer, Tom married his first wife and had a couple of kids. Straight jobs were necessary to provide for a young family and after running the gamut of all kinds of employment endeavors, Tom broke into the field of Private Investigation and that became his calling card for the next 15 years. During that time, he divorced and later married his true love Ursula, with whom he is now celebrating 47 years of wedded bliss. They have 4 Grandchildren and a wonderful life in Los Angeles. Some 166 feature films and television shows later along with 87 or so theatrical productions behind him, Tom now splits his time between acting and producing. He's also been the founder of three legitimate theatre companies including the MET Theatre, which included such associates as James Gammon, Tim Scott, Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Holly Hunter, and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, Beth Henley. Film work has afforded Tom and Urs the opportunity of travel to such far off places as China, Morocco, Poland, South Africa, Germany and oo-la-la, Paris, France, the U.K., Italy and Canada. Still going strong, Tom just completed filming LIGHT OF MY LIFE; a movie written, directed and starred in by Academy Award winner Casey Affleck. "We've just now returned from the 45th Anniversary Reunion of the Waltons and the 1 year Anniversary of Waltons creator, Earl Hamner's passing, which was held in Earl's home town of Schuyler, Virginia. Also home of the Waltons Museum. Life goes on".
Phillip David LewisBirth date: 4 September 1968, UgandaDescription: Phillip David Lewis was born on September 4, 1968 in Uganda as Phillip Akon Lewis. He is an actor and director, known for The Suite Life of Zack and Cody (2005), The Suite Life on Deck (2008) and I Spy (2002).
Juan FernándezBirth date: 13 December 1956, Santo Domingo, Dominican RepublicDescription: Juan Fernández was born on December 13, 1956 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic as Juan de Jesus Fernández de Alarcon. He is an actor and producer, known for A Man Apart (2003), The Collector (2009) and 'Crocodile' Dundee II (1988).
Ray 'Boom Boom' ManciniBirth date: 4 March 1961, Youngstown, Ohio, USADescription: Ray 'Boom Boom' Mancini was born on March 4, 1961 in Youngstown, Ohio, USA as Raymond Michael Mancini. He is an actor and producer, known for The Good Son: The Life of Ray Boom Boom Mancini (2013), Body and Soul (2000) and Turn of Faith (2002). He has been married to Tina Rozzi since May 18, 2014. He was previously married to Carmen Consuelo Vazquez.
Inez PerezBirth date: 4 March 1961, Youngstown, Ohio, USADescription: Inez Perez is an actress, known for Night of the Lepus (1972), Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992) and The Mark of Zorro (1974).
Paul WeberBirth date: 4 March 1961, Youngstown, Ohio, USADescription: Paul Weber is known for his work on Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (2011), SGU Stargate Universe (2009) and Stargate: Atlantis (2004).
Rick Sky GarciaBirth date: 4 March 1961, Youngstown, Ohio, USADescription: Rick Sky Garcia is an actor, known for Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992).
Bob MinorBirth date: 1 January 1944, Birmingham, Alabama, USADescription: Big, brawny and imposing actor and stuntman Bob Minor was born on January 1st in 1944 in Birmingham, Alabama. The 6' 2" onetime champion bodybuilder (he's a former Mr. Los Angeles bodybuilding title holder) made his debut as a stuntman doubling for James Iglehart in Russ Meyer's delightfully outrageous Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970). Minor subsequently played "Barbados" in Meyer's Black Snake (1973). Minor's next significant big break was working as both an actor and stunt coordinator for Jack Hill on both Coffy (1973) and Foxy Brown (1974). Minor also acted for Jack Hill in The Swinging Cheerleaders (1974) and The Jezebels (1975) (aka "Switchblade Sisters"). Minor went on to become the first black member of the Stuntman's Association of Motion Pictures in 1973. Six years later, Minor became the second vice-president of the Stuntman's Association of Motion Pictures. Among the many films Minor has performed stunts in are National Treasure (2004), Holes (2003), Ocean's Eleven (2001), The Italian Job (2003), Volcano (1997), Witness (1985), The Beastmaster (1982), The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982), Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde (1976), Let's Do It Again (1975), Rollerball (1975), Earthquake (1974), Cleopatra Jones (1973), Black Eye (1974), Detroit 9000 (1973) and Black Caesar (1973). Minor has doubled for such actors as Jim Brown, Fred Williamson, John Amos, Danny Glover, Bernie Mac, Sidney Poitier, Roger E. Mosley and Carl Weathers. He has also worked as both a second-unit director and stunt coordinator on many pictures and TV shows. Minor's most memorable acting roles are "Studs the chauffeur" in Coffy (1973), a black revolutionary in Foxy Brown (1974), a back-alley pimp in Scream Blacula Scream (1973), a rollerball team member in Rollerball (1975), "Wiley" in The Deep (1977), a stick-up man in The Driver (1978), Harold Sakata's brutal henchman in Death Dimension (1978) and a vicious hitman in Action Jackson (1988). Minor's TV show guest spots include a Klingon on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), ER (1994), Walker, Texas Ranger (1993), L.A. Law (1986), Jake and the Fatman (1987), Alien Nation (1989), Matlock (1986), The Fall Guy (1981), Quincy M.E. (1976), Starsky and Hutch (1975), Wonder Woman (1975), Eight Is Enough (1977), The Fall Guy (1981), The Greatest American Hero (1981) and The Six Million Dollar Man (1974). Minor was the stunt coordinator for the hit TV show Magnum, P.I. (1980) for six years and directed second unit on the show, as well. The film Bob Minor is proudest of is Glory (1989), in which he employed 70 some people to perform stunts in the picture.
Father NachoBirth date: 1 January 1944, Birmingham, Alabama, USADescription: Father Nacho is an actor, known for Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992).
Nick GomezBirth date: 1 January 1944, Birmingham, Alabama, USADescription: Nick Gomez is known for his work on The Walking Dead (2010), Dexter (2006) and Longmire (2012).
Adrian A. OviedoBirth date: 1 January 1944, Birmingham, Alabama, USADescription: Adrian A. Oviedo is an actor, known for Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992) and The Young Riders (1989).
David HerreraBirth date: 1 January 1944, Birmingham, Alabama, USADescription: David Herrera is an actor, known for Geronimo (1993), The Last Hard Men (1976) and Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992).
Estrella ReyesBirth date: 1 January 1944, Birmingham, Alabama, USADescription: Estrella Reyes is an actress, known for Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992).
Branscombe RichmondBirth date: 8 August 1955, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Highly recognizable Native American actor, stuntman and singer who is equally capable of portraying cold-hearted villains on the one hand and warm-hearted, open "good guys" on the other, as evidenced by his huge grin and hearty laugh.The solidly built 6' 3" Richmond has regularly played the bad guy on-screen. He's been on the receiving end of the fists of Arnold Schwarzenegger in Commando (1985), gotten pummeled by Carl Weathers in Action Jackson (1988) and tangled with Steven Seagal in Hard to Kill (1990).Richmond is the son of movie stuntman Leo C. Richmond and first broke into film and TV in the early 1970s with minor roles in shows such as The Bionic Woman (1976), The Rockford Files (1974) and Magnum, P.I. (1980). From there he quickly picked up work in numerous made-for-TV movies and was kept busy throughout the 1980s and 1990s with appearances in such A-grade productions as Licence to Kill (1989), Best Seller (1987) and Batman Returns (1992). He even found himself in the children's film Curly Sue (1991). In early 1991 Richmond scored the key role of "Bobby Six Killer" in the bounty hunter-themed TV series Renegade (1992) starring alongside Lorenzo Lamas and Kathleen Kinmont. The series was quite successful and ran from 1992 to 1997, turning out over 100 episodes! Additionally, Richmond has starred in plenty of B-movie action films and has become quite a cult figure of the genre.Since the late 1990s, Richmond has remained busy on several fronts. He's continued acting in Hollywood, is the official spokesman for Indian Motorcycles and is the lead singer for the band "Branscombe Richmond and the Renegade Posse". He's also notched up numerous awards, including being voted "Native American Entertainer of the Year" and "Mr Showman" of the year by the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Marjorie ShieldsBirth date: 8 August 1955, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Marjorie Shields is an actress, known for Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992).
Directors of "Aces: Iron Eagle 3"
John GlenBirth date: 15 May 1932, Sunbury-on-Thames, England, UKDescription: John Glen was born on May 15, 1932 in Sunbury-on-Thames, England. He is an editor and assistant director, known for For Your Eyes Only (1981), The ...
Creators of "Aces: Iron Eagle 3"
Kevin Alyn EldersDescription: Kevin Alyn Elders is an Author, Screenwriter, Producer and Director living in Southern California and Villefranche Sur Mer. From his early works, i...
Sidney J. FurieBirth date: 28 February 1933, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaDescription: Toronto-born Sidney J. Furie has enjoyed an incredibly distinguished career that has spanned more than five decades. Having dabbled in every genre,...
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