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  • Elizabeth Saporito

    Kirk Douglas as Vincent van Gogh on the set of "Lust for Life", 1956

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    Kirk Douglas- Lust for Life, 1956. Arles, France, 1955 The life of Vincent Movie- by Frank Scherschel.

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    Kirk Douglas on the set for the 1956 film Lust For Life where he portrayed Vincent Van Gogh

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Lust For Life (1956) - The life of brilliant but tortured artist Vincent van Gogh.

Kirk Douglas as Vincent van Gogh on the set of Lust for Life in Arles, France, photographed by Frank Scherschel in 1956.

YOUR ESSENCE: Kirk Douglas (portrait by ?? ) Link goes to great short 2001 interview in Esquire on "What I've Learned" (when he was 84): "It seems as if only now I really know who I am. My strengths, my weaknesses, my jealousies -- it's as if all of it has been boiling in a pot for all these years, and as it boils, it evaporates into steam, and all that's left in the pot in the end is your essence, the stuff you started out with in the very beginning."

Madame Bovary (1949) Director: Vincente Minnelli

Still Life: French Novels by Vincent van Gogh, 1888.

Vincente Minnelli~was an American stage director and film director, famous for directing such classic movie musicals as Meet Me in St. Louis, The Band Wagon, and An American in Paris. In addition to having directed some of the most famous and well-remembered musicals of his time, Minnelli made many comedies and melodramas.[1] He was married to Judy Garland from 1945 until 1951; they were the parents of Liza Minnelli.

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"But if you miss you had better miss very well. Whoever double-crosses me and leaves me alive, he understands nothing about Tuco. Nothing!"

Kirk Douglas at the Cannes Film Festival (1953)