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Charles Bronson
Charles Bronson was born Nov 3 1921 in rural Pennsylvania one of 15 children of a Lithuanian coal miner After World War II service he enrolled at the Pasadena Playhouse and began appearing in small roles in television and movies as Charles Buchinski He played many henchman soldier and Indian roles including Ygor in House of Wax 1953Renamed Bronson after 1954 he starred in The Magnificent Seven The Dirty Dozen and many other notable films Filling in for Clint Eastwood in 1968s Once Upon a Time in the West made Bronson a superstar in Europe where he worked for several years he was known as Il Bruto in Italy In 1972 he nabbed a special Golden Globe Award as The Worlds Most Popular ActorBack in the United States Bronson scored again as the vigilante hero of Death Wish 1974 and continued in the same vein well into his 70s He died Aug 30 2003

Victim of Charles Bronson hits out at glorifying movie of prisoners

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Victim of Charles Bronson hits out at glorifying movie of prisoners
Victim of Charles Bronson hits out at glorifying movie of prisoners
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