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Hassin Bin Sober

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11. Just watched Eye of The Needle on Prime last night. From the same era.
Thu Jun 20, 2024, 04:05 PM
Jun 20

Love a good Nazi spy movie!

I’ve always been a fan.

I really liked him in "Klute" Walleye Jun 20 #1
Animal House MuseRider Jun 20 #2
He seemed younger than he was. LeftInTX Jun 20 #8
First time I saw him was in The Dirty Dozen. Classic scene by a classic actor in a classic film. werdna Jun 20 #3
Yes The Dirty Dozen is the earliest movie I remember him in FakeNoose Jun 20 #10
He really played a wide range of roles. I recall "The Eagle Has Landed". bucolic_frolic Jun 20 #4
Animal House to Klute. That's range. ZonkerHarris Jun 20 #7
Just watched Eye of The Needle on Prime last night. From the same era. Hassin Bin Sober Jun 20 #11
Damn.... Talitha Jun 20 #5
Losing so many who defined the 20th century now. Mays, Sutherland, every day there are more ZonkerHarris Jun 20 #6
Loved him as Oddball in "Kelly's Heroes" DinahMoeHum Jun 20 #9
classic... bahboo Jun 21 #22
The Original, kozar Jun 20 #12
A long and impressive career. TNNurse Jun 20 #13
Woof. Woof. Iggo Jun 20 #14
He also played a great role in the movie "A Time to Kill". MarineCombatEngineer Jun 20 #15
Condolences to his large family. Here is still my favorite of his MANY roles... FailureToCommunicate Jun 20 #16
Space Cowboys... GB_RN Jun 20 #17
Lawmen: Bass Reeves bmichaelh Jun 20 #18
24 bmichaelh Jun 20 #19
"James Cromwell played Bauer's father in season 6 of 24." BumRushDaShow Jun 20 #20
My first recollection of Sutherland... GiqueCee Jun 20 #21
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