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  Charles Bronson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bronson was born as Charles Dennis Buchinsky in the notorious Ehrenfeld, Pennsylvania coal mining neighborhood of Scooptown, one of 15 children born to a Lithuanian immigrant father of Tatar ancestry, and a Lithuanian-American mother.
Bronson was a descendant of the Lipka Tatars of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth which caused many people to think that he looked like a Chicano or Mexican-American who was a Mestizo (mixture of Spanish and Indian ancestry).
Bronson was married to British actress Jill Ireland from 1968 until her death from breast cancer at age 54 in 1990.
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 Charles Bronson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
In 1943, Bronson was drafted into the Air Force and served as a tail gunner onboard B29 bombers.
Bronson was married to actress Jill Ireland from 1968 until her death in 1990.
Bronson died of pneumonia while suffering from Alzheimer's disease at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, California.
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 THE H.A.M.B. - OT; bronson dead ...
During the height of his career, Bronson was hugely popular in Europe; the French knew him as ''le sacre monstre'' (the sacred monster), the Italians as ''Il Brutto'' (the ugly man).
Bronson made three more ''Death Wish'' films, and in 1987 he defended them: ''I think they provide satisfaction for people who are victimized by crime and look in vain for authorities to protect them.
Bronson could be as taciturn in interviews as he appeared on the screen.
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 search.com - Charles Bronson - Search.com Reference   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Bronson was born as Charles Dennis Buchinsky in the notorious Ehrenfeld, Pennsylvania coal mining neighborhood of Scooptown, near Pittsburgh, one of 15 children born to an American mother of Lithuanian extraction, and a Lithuanian emigrant father.
Bronson was a descendant of the Lipka Tatars of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Bronson made several appearances on television in the 1950s and 1960s, including three leading roles on Alfred Hitchcock Presents in the episodes "And So Died Riabouchinska" (1956), "There Was an Old Woman" (1956), and "The Woman Who Wanted to Live" (1962); he also stared alongside Elizabeth Montgomery in The Twilight Zone episode "Two" (1961).
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 Why Prakash Mehra wanted Charles Bronson
Bronson, who was enormously popular in India for his first two Death Wish films, had by then ceased to be a commanding actor in Hollywood.
The movie showed Bronson as a rich and liberal architect whose life is shattered when his wife is killed by thugs.
Bronson remarried in 1998, but people close to him said he never overcame the loss of Jill Ireland.
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 Jill Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in London, England, Ireland was best known for her many films with her second husband, Charles Bronson, in the 1970s, and for her portrayal of Leila Kalomi in the Star Trek episode "This Side of Paradise".
She was married to Scottish actor David McCallum from May 11, 1957 to 1967, with whom she had three sons, including their adopted son, Jason McCallum Bronson, who died of a drug overdose in 1989.
She subsequently married Bronson, who had appeared with McCallum in The Great Escape, and had a daughter with him.
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 Artsandentertainment: Big-screen vigilante dies at 81
Bronson's life is shattered when young thugs kill his wife and rape his daughter.
Bronson fell in love with the lovely blond British actor Jill Ireland, who happened to be married to British actor David McCallum.
The Bronsons lived in a Bel Air mansion with seven children: two by his previous marriage, three by hers and two of their own.
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 Il Brutto, the ugly man with nothing to lose - www.smh.com.au
Charles Bronson, the poker-faced actor who became a screen star in his 50s by playing quiet, iron-willed vigilantes with nothing to lose, died on Sunday in Los Angeles of pneumonia, aged 81.
Bronson learnt the art of survival in the tough district of Scooptown, "where you had nothing to lose because you lost it already".
Bronson received critical drubbings for many of his roles, but he was not fazed.
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 David McCallum Biography :: Hollywood.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
McCallum's dreamy eyes and serious, thoughtful demeanor lent credibility to his portrayals of scientists, educators and other brainy types but stardom came when he was cast as the introverted Russian-born superagent Illya Kuriakin in the campy espionage series "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." (NBC, 1964-68).
McCallum's new star status was shrewdly exploited by American International Pictures in their teen rock concert film "The Big T.N.T. Show" (1966) as he introduced such big acts as Ike and Tina Turner, Joan Baez and Ray Charles and even conducted the Ray Charles band.
McCallum began appearing in British films in the mid-1950s and shifted to Hollywood with impressive supporting roles in two interesting 1962 films John Huston's "Freud" and Peter Ustinov's "Billy Budd".
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 BreakingNews.ie: Tough guy Bronson dies at 81   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Bronson, 81, died yesterday of pneumonia at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre in Los Angeles, with his wife at his bedside, publicist Lori Jonas said.
During the height of his career, Bronson was hugely popular in Europe -the French knew him as “le sacre monstre” (the sacred monster), the Italians as “Il Brutto” (the brute).
Bronson made three more Death Wish films, and in 1987 he defended them, saying: “I think they provide satisfaction for people who are victimised by crime and look in vain for authorities to protect them.
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 Charles Bronson Biography
His family was so poor that at one time he was forced to wear his sister's dress to school because he had no other clothes.
Bronson's most famous films include The Great Escape, in which he played Danny Velinski nicknamed "The Tunnel King", a Polish prisoner of war, The Dirty Dozen, in which he played a death row convict conscripted into a World War II suicide mission.
At the time, Bronson bluntly told McCallum: "I'm going to marry your wife." Two years later, he made good on his boast and married Jill.
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 Biography for Charles Bronson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Bronson remained busy throughout the 1980s, with most of his films taking a more violent tone, and he was pitched as an avenging angel eradicating evildoers in films like 10 to Midnight (1983), The Evil That Men Do (1984), Assassination (1987) and Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects (1989).
Bronson's final film roles were as police commissioner Paul Fein in a well-received trio of crime/drama TV movies Family of Cops (1995) (TV), Breach of Faith: Family of Cops II (1997) (TV) and Family of Cops III: Under Suspicion (1999) (TV).
Bronson was a true icon of international cinema; critics had few good things to say about his films, but he remained a fan favorite in both the US and abroad for 50 years, a claim few other film legends can make.
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 WXIA-11alive.com - Print Article - Atlanta,Georgia,11Alive,ATLANTA,News,Weather,Doppler,sports,events   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Bronson died Saturday of pneumonia at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with his wife at his bedside, publicist Lori Jonas said.
As an affluent, liberal architect, Bronson's life is shattered when young thugs kill his wife and rape his daughter.
The Bronsons lived in a grand Bel Air mansion with seven children: two by his previous marriage, three by hers and two of their own.
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 Bronson, the brooding hard man of cinema, is dead at 81 Evening Standard (London) - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
CHARLES Bronson, the ultimate strong, silent star who appeared in three of the most classic tough guy movies of all time, has died at the age of 81.
Bronson's early years were as tough as the onscreen characters he eventually played.
Bronson married three times and is survived by six children.
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 Boston.com / News
Charles Bronson is shown at his "Walk of Fame" induction in Hollywood, Calif., in this 1980 file photo.
Bronson has died of complications from pneumonia, his publicist said today.
Bronson's first starring role came in 1958 with an eight-day exploitation film, "Machine Gun Kelly." He also appeared in two brief TV series, "Man with a Camera" (1958) and "The Travels of Jamie McPheeters" (1963).
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 Charles Bronson @ Filmbug
Charles Bronson was an American actor of tough guy roles.
He became quite famous on that continent, and was known by two interesting nicknames: The Italians called him Il Brutto and to the French he was known as le sacre monstre, the sacred monster.
A stepson, Jason McCallum Bronson, preceeded him in death after succumbing to a drug overdose in 1989.
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 Hollywood Loses Another Tough Guy - Entertainment News
Charles Bronson, the actor who made his name playing "tough guy" characters in many films, notably in the popular ''Death Wish'' vengeance movies, has died.
The name Bronson is said to taken from the "Bronson Gate" at Paramount Studios.
Bronson reportedly told McCallum bluntly: ''I'm going to marry your wife.'' The McCallums were divorced in 1967, and Bronson and Ireland married the following year.
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 SportsCrew Forums - View Single Post - Charles Bronson Dies at 81   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Charles Bronson (news), the Pennsylvania coal miner who drifted into films as a villain and became a hard-faced action star, notably in the popular "Death Wish" vengeance movies, has died.
Bronson's first starring role came in 1958 with an eight-day exploitation film, "Machine Gun Kelly." He also appeared in two brief TV series, "Man with a Camera" (195
In 1966 Bronson fell in love with the lovely blonde British actress Jill Ireland, who happened to be married to British actor David McCallum (news).
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 Charles Bronson
In 1961 Bronson made an appearance with Elizabeth Montgomery in The Twilight Zone, in the episode "Two".
At the time of his death, he was survived by his wife Kim, four children (oneadoptee), two stepchildren and two grandchildren.
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 Charles Bronson Dead. - THR
Charles Bronson was born Charles Buchinsky on November 3, 1921, in Ehrenfeld, Pennsylvania, to Lithuanian immigrant parents.
Bronson, we will miss your screen presence but will have you on video and DVD for a long time yet to come.
Bronson is walking to his car, and two punks (in typical late 70s early 80s garb...how quaint...) jump in front of him with knives, and demand money.
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 Charles Bronson Dies at 81 - BOARD OF LEGEND
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Charles Bronson, the Pennsylvania coal miner who drifted into films as a villain and became a hard-faced action star, notably in the popular ''Death Wish'' vengeance movies, has died.
I remember on one Death Wish, Bronson blasted some street punk with a rocket launcher.
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 Death Wish Star Charles Bronson Dies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Actor Charles Bronson is shown in this May 18,1991 file photo.
Bronson has died of complications from pneumonia, his publicist said Sunday, Aug. 31, 2003.
Charles Bronson, the grim-faced tough guy who built a European following before making his mark in the United States with action films including the "Death Wish" series, died Saturday of pneumonia.
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 Charles Bronson Biography :: Hollywood.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
For years Bronson played stony-faced henchmenn and assorted villains, as with his mute in "House of Wax" (1953), made during a period when Bronson was still known as Charles Buchinsky.
His roles grew in prominence over the years; he was especially memorable as the taciturn gunslinger in Sergio Leone's epic "Once Upon a Time in the West" (1969).
His stardom petered out in the 80s, but Bronson continued to deliver his unemotive yet at their best forcefully underplayed performances in occasional appearances through the 90s.
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 Biography for David McCallum (I)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
He and Jill Ireland had three children (including an adopted son Jason, who died on 7th November 1985 from an accidental drug overdose) and he had two children with his second wife, Katherine Carpenter.
His adoptive son, Jason McCallum Bronson, died of an accidental drug overdose in 1985.
Introduced his first wife, Jill Ireland, to her second husband, Charles Bronson, during the filming of The Great Escape (1963).
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 IOL: Screen legend Charles Bronson dies
Bronson died on Saturday of pneumonia at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre with his wife at his bedside, publicist Lori Jonas said.
At the height of his career, Bronson was hugely popular in Europe; the French knew him as "le sacre monstre" (the sacred monster), the Italians as "Il Brutto" (the ugly man).
He vows to rid the city of such vermin, and his executions brought cheers from crime-weary American audiences.
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 Actor Charles Bronson dies at 81 - More on movies - MSNBC.com
Former action star succumbs to pneumonia in L.A. Action star Charles Bronson has died, according to reports August 31, 2003.
Bronson is shown as he portrays architect Paul Kersey who fights street crime in New York City in a scene from the 1985 film "Death Wish 3."
During the height of his career, Bronson was hugely popular in Europe; the
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 USATODAY.com - Action film star Charles Bronson dead at 81   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Charles Bronson became a household name in the USA after 1974's Death Wish.
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 Jill Ireland - Memory Alpha
She was married to David McCallum from May 11, 1957 to 1967, with whom she had three sons including their adoptive son Jason McCallum Bronson who died of a drug overdose in 1989.
From October 5, 1968 until her death, she was married to actor Charles Bronson.
Through the 1970s, she appeared in many movies starring her husband Charles Bronson including The Mechanic (1972, with Steve Vinovich, Celeste Yarnall, and Alan Gibbs); Breakout (1975, with Roy Jenson); and Breakheart Pass (1975, with Ed Lauter).
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 Jedi Council Forums - Charles Bronson has died.
LOS ANGELES - Charles Bronson (news), the Pennsylvania coal miner who drifted into films as a villain and became a hard-faced action star, notably in the popular "Death Wish" vengeance movies, has died.
Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four.
I thought Charles Bronson was in prison for killing those girls in the 70's.
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 Charles Bronson Dead at 81 - Ambrosia Software Web Board
LOS ANGELES - Charles Bronson (news), the grim-faced tough guy who built a European following before making his mark in the United States with action films including the "Death Wish" series, died Saturday of pneumonia.
Studio scouts saw him at the Playhouse and he was cast as a sailor in the 1951 service comedy "You're in the Navy Now" starring Gary Cooper (news).
She became a spokesperson for the American Cancer Society (news - web sites) and wrote a best-selling book, "Life Wish." She followed with "Life Lines," in which she told of her struggle to rescue her 27-year-old son, Jason McCallum Bronson, from drug addiction.
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