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A visit with Tony Curtis at his home in Henderson, Nevada. Recorded in 2004. Camera and editing by Stanley Sheff, who directed Mr. Curtis in the cult classic feature film "Lobster Man From Mars"

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling.▶ Tony Curtis interview - YouTube

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling.▶ Tony Curtis at the Los Angeles Theatre - YouTube

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling.▶ Tony Curtis interviewed by Skip E. Lowe - YouTube

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling.▶ Interview with Tony Curtis, 1984 - YouTube

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling.▶ Gloria Greer with Tony Curtis - YouTube

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling.▶ Tony Curtis - Marilyn Monroe Story - YouTube

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling. ▶ Tony Curtis Interview: "I Quit Smoking Campaign" (1970) - YouTube

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling.▶ Tony Curtis - last interview - Secrets of Life - YouTube

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling.▶ Tony Curtis on The Dame Edna Experience - YouTube

NEW YORK ACCENT. MANHATTAN ACCENT. Tony Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in Manhattan, New York, one of three sons of Helen (née Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz.[8][9] His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary and Curtis didn't learn English until he was five or six, postponing his schooling.▶ Tony Curtis (1925-2010) - YouTube

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Tony Curtis, The Last of the Playboys

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