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Product NameTCM Greatest Classic Legends Film Collection Burt Lancaster
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Long DescriptionLOCAL HERO (1983) Burt Lancaster and Peter Riegert star in the wonderfully whimsical comedy of an oil company’s planned buyout of a Scottish seaport. “Genuine fairy tales are rare; so is filmmaking that is thoroughly original in an unobtrusive way. Local Hero is both” (Vincent Canby, The New York Times). SEVEN DAYS IN MAY (1964) John Frankenheimer directed this suspense classic about a military plot to overthrow the government involving a hawkish general (Lancaster), a pacifist President (Frederic March) and the vigilant colonel (Kirk Douglas) who uncovers the plot. EXECUTIVE ACTION (1973) Who killed President John F. Kennedy? Burt Lancaster, Robert Ryan and Will Geer headline a probing and powerful What If? conspiracy thriller scripted by Dalton Trumbo. THE FLAME AND THE ARROW (1950) Flashing his trademark grin and leaping with acrobatic derring-do, Lancaster revitalized the Hollywood swashbuckler with this Robin Hood-like tale.
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