died this date in 2003. Here's a great post from our friends European
Film Star postcards: American actor Charles Bronson (1921-2003) was the
archetypal screen tough guy with weather beaten features, often cast in
the role of police officer, gunfighter, or convict. He was a man of few
words but much action in hits like Machine-Gun Kelly (1958), The
Magnificent Seven (1960) and The Dirty Dozen (1967). But our favorite is
the iconic Spaghetti Western C'era una volta il West/Once Upon a Time
in the West (1968). (Claudia Cardinale, Jason Robards, Henry Fonda)--READ AND SEE MORE HERE.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY THE EFSP post on Claudia Cardinale here.
AND IF YOU LOVE SPAGHETTI WESTERNS, WESTERNS ALL'ITALIANA HAS A GREAT POST ON BRONSON AT https://westernsallitaliana.blogspot.com/2018/12/his-name-was-bronson.html
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