Lee Marvin

Lee Marvin
Lee Marvin [Lee Marvin]
(1924–87) a US actor who played mainly tough characters but won an ↑Oscar for a comic role in the ↑western Cat Ballou (1965). His other films included The Killers (1964), The Dirty Dozen (1967) and Paint Your Wagon (1969), in which he sang I Was Born Under A Wandering Star in a deep and not very musical voice.

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  • Lee Marvin — (19 de febrero de 1924 29 de agosto de 1987) fue un actor estadounidense. Nació en la ciudad de Nueva York. Su padre era un ejecutivo de la publicidad y su madre una redactora de modas. El joven Marvin fue muy revoltoso, de forma que era… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Lee Marvin — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Marvin. Lee Marvin …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Lee Marvin — Cockney Rhyming Slang Starvin I m Lee Marvin... if you re really hungry you could say, I m Hank, and his brother Lee . Lee Marvin was an American actor. See other entry for starvin (Hank Marvin). And no they re not related …   English dialects glossary

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  • Lee\ Marvin — Starvin only related when you re very hungry for food. I m Lee Marvin, gotta get me some food …   Dictionary of american slang

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  • Lee Marvin — Adj. Starvin (starving), hungry. Rhyming slang …   English slang and colloquialisms

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