As the son of Russian-Jewish immigrants who grew up in immense poverty in New York Kirk Douglas could have had no idea what his future had in store. By the 1940s he had been transformed into one of cinema’s most popular leading stars.
Don’t miss the BFI’s tribute to this Hollywood legend as he approaches his 100th birthday. Both matinee idol (The Bad and The Beautiful) and virile man of action (Spartacus) – Douglas proved himself an actor of incredible versatility.
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