Richard Lester Overview:

Director, Richard Lester, was born on Jan 19, 1932 in Philadelphia, PA. As of December 2023, Richard Lester was 92 years old.

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The Three Musketeers (1973, )

By Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 7, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Three Musketeers is so much fun, you barely notice when the film takes a turn in the last thirty or so minutes. The Musketeers are on a mission?they?ve got to deliver a letter to England to save at least one lady?s honor, possibly two?and just as the film reunites them all with the promise of ac... Read full article


The Three Musketeers (1973, )

By Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 7, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Three Musketeers is so much fun, you barely notice when the film takes a turn in the last thirty or so minutes. The Musketeers are on a mission?they?ve got to deliver a letter to England to save at least one lady?s honor, possibly two?and just as the film reunites them all with the promise of ac... Read full article


The Three Musketeers (1973, )

on Sep 7, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Three Musketeers is so much fun, you barely notice when the film takes a turn in the last thirty or so minutes. The Musketeers are on a mission?they?ve got to deliver a letter to England to save at least one lady?s honor, possibly two?and just as the film reunites them all with the promise of ac... Read full article


The Three Musketeers (1973, )

on Sep 7, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Three Musketeers is so much fun, you barely notice when the film takes a turn in the last thirty or so minutes. The Musketeers are on a mission?they?ve got to deliver a letter to England to save at least one lady?s honor, possibly two?and just as the film reunites them all with the promise of ac... Read full article


Superman III (1983, )

on Oct 8, 2010 From The Stop Button

Superman III–deservedly–gets a lot of flak, but it’s actually the most faithful to the comics in a lot of ways. It plays out like a late sixties, early seventies Superman comic–”The Man Who Killed Superman,” turning out to be a bumbling, generally well-meaning guy... Read full article


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Richard Lester Facts
He entered a university at 15 years old, and after receiving a degree in clinical psychology, he graduated at 19 years old.

Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1966

Ironically, he claimed to have never even heard of the Superman character before being hired to work on the films due to comic books not being allowed in his house as a child. This led to many fans and critics suspecting and in some cases accusing Lester of not understanding and therefore not respecting the Superman character, especially judging by the satirical tone and ultimate box office failure of Superman III (1983).

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