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Topic - Janet Leigh
The man who made "Psycho" was no lightweight, though he kind of comes off that way in "Hitchcock."
Tony Curtis molded himself from a 1950s movie heartthrob to a respected actor, showing a determined streak that served him well with such films as "Sweet Smell of Success," ''The Defiant Ones" and "Some Like It Hot."
Tony Curtis shaped himself from a 1950s movie heartthrob into a respected actor, showing a determined streak that served him well in such films as "Sweet Smell of Success," "The Defiant Ones" and "Some Like It Hot."
From dressing in drag to posing nude for his 80th birthday, Tony Curtis truly was a defiant one.
She said in a statement that her father leaves behind a "legacy of great performances in movies and in his paintings and assemblages."
"Tony and I had a wonderful time together; it was an exciting, glamorous period in Hollywood," Leigh, who died in 2004, once said. "A lot of great things happened, most of all, two beautiful children."