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Hollywood’s Greatest: Then and Now – Albert Finney Part 3

Where Is He Now? After being relatively quiet for most of the 90′s, Finney entered 2000 with a bang in the Steven Soderbergh directed film Erin Brockovich. Playing the role of Ed Masry, Finney would win several Critics Awards for … Continue reading

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Hollywood’s Greatest: Then and Now – Albert Finney Part 2

Nominated for five Academy Awards, Albert Finney was born May 9, 1936 to Alice Hobson and Albert Finney, Sr. in Salford, Greater Manchester. Finney received his education at Tootal Drive Primary School, Salford Grammar School and the Royal Academy of … Continue reading

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Hollywood’s Greatest: Then and Now – Albert Finney

Albert Finney Prominent Roles The Entertainer (1960) as Mick Rice Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960) as Arthur Seaton Tom Jones (1963) as Tom Jones (First Academy Nomination for Best Actor) Scrooge (1970) as Ebenezer Scrooge Murder on the Orient Express … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Countdown: Best Picture #’s 32 and 31 — Tom Jones (1963) and Going My Way (1944)

32. Tom Jones (1963) Other Nominated Films: America America, Cleopatra, How The West Was Won, Lilies of the Field There hasn’t been a comedy quite like Tom Jones in a very long time, which is unfortunate since it’s such a … Continue reading

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