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Terence Hill
Alain Delon
Antonio Banderas
Jean Paul Belmondo
Toshiro Mifune
Horst Buchholz
Yftach Katzur
Zachi Noy

Terence Hill:
After small appearances in action adventures such as “Hannibal”, “The Wonders Of Aladdin” & “7 Seas To Calais” Terence hit the big time when he teamed up with Bud Spencer for “God Forgives I Don’t” & later the spaghetti  spoof “They Call Me Trinity” that made him an international star.

Alain Delon:                             This dark haired, French heartthrob with classical good looks went from a troubled childhood to an international film career, co-starring with some of Hollywood’s most popular stars including, Burt Lancaster, Ann-Margret, Dean Martin, Charles Bronson & Robert Wagner .

Antonio Banderas:
Son of a policeman whose childhood ambition of becoming a professional soccer player ended after an injury. He took up acting & made his mark in a series of Pedro Almodovar films before being discovered  by Hollywood with his lively performance in the musical drama “The Mambo Kings”.

Jean Paul Belmondo:
Thick lipped, charismatic French leading man with a boxers nose, who achieved international recognition with his performance in “Breathless” & later emerged as the face of French action comedies such as  “That Man From Rio”, “Chinese Adventures In China” & “Crazy Pete”.

Toshiro Mifune:
Son of missionary parents working in China who made his mark starring in a string of Akira Kurosawa action classic such as “The Seven Samurai” & “Yojimbo” before winning roles in big Hollywood productions such as “Hell In The Pacific” with Lee Marvin & “Red Sun” with Charles Bronson.

Horst Buchholz:
German born actor who carved his niche playing rebellious youths in a string of foreign films before gaining world notice with a riveting performance opposite Haley Mills in “Tiger Bay”. Horst later received further acclaim for his work in the western “The Magnificent Seven”.

Yftach Katzur:
Made his film debut as sensitive teenager Benji in the Boaz Davidson teen comedy “Lemon Popsicle”. “Popsicle” was so popular around the world that it spawned seven sequels all starring Yftach. Other notable film appearances include, “The Ambassador” & “Soldier Of The Night”.

Zachi Noy:
Gained world recognition as the lovable fat guy, Huey, the boy who was the brunt of all the jokes, in the long running “Lemon Popsicle” film series. Zachi was the only one of the original trio to make a guest starring appearance in the 8th sequel, “Lemon Popsicle 9: The Party Goes On” (2001).

Bud Spencer
Franco Nero
Olivier Martinez
Gerard Depardieu
Roberto Benigni
Rutger Hauer
Jonathan Sagall
Giuliano Gemma

Bud Spencer:
This former Italian Olympic swimmer struck gold when he teamed up with Terence Hill to star in  a fistful of spaghetti westerns which included “Ace High”, “Boot Hill” & “They Call Me Trinity” before becoming a star in his own right with films such as “Buddy Goes West” “Flatfoot” & “Banana Joe”.

Franco Nero:                           This Handsome, blue eyed, Italian film star made his mark in Spaghetti westerns such as “Django”, “A Professional Gun” & “Companeros” , while taking Hollywood by storm with appearances in “The Bible”,  “Camelot”, “Force 10 From Navarone”, “Enter The Ninja” & “Die Hard 2”.

Olivier Martinez:
With only a handful of foreign films to his credit Olivier has emerged as France’s answer to Brad Pitt & has become the hottest young foreign star to break into mainstream Hollywood films, most notably in the Richard Gere thriller “Unfaithful” & the crime drama  “S.WA.T.”  

Gerard Depardieu:
After nearly 20 years in European cinema & starring roles in films such as “ The Last Metro” , “Jean De Florette”, “Les Fugitifs” & “Cyrano de Bergerac”,  Gerard made his American film debut opposite Andie MacDowell in the hugely successful romantic comedy “Green Card” . 

Roberto Benigni:
Extremely talented Italian comedian who eased into acting in the late 1970’s  & made an impression with his starring role in “Johnny Stecchino “, a hilarious comedy which became one of Italy’s highest grossing films ever. Oscar glory followed with a Best Actor win for “Life Is Beautiful”.

Rutger Hauer:
After a stint in the Dutch Navy & a decade in foreign films, this tough, blonde, blue-eyed  Dutchman first gained world attention as a villain in “Nighthawks”, “Blade Runner” & “The Hitcher”, before playing heroic leads in films such as “Ladyhawke”, “Blind Fury” & “Wanted Dead Or Alive” .

Jonathan Sagall:
This Canadian born actor, who moved to Israel as a child, made only a couple of small TV appearances before landing the role of ladies man, Bobby, in  the popular “Lemon Popsicle” films. Sagall also appeared in “Schindler’s List” & now devotes a lot of his time to writing & directing films.

Giuliano Gemma
Popular Italian actor  (sometimes credited as Montgomery Wood) who made a name for himself in peplum epics & stylish spaghetti westerns before becoming Italy’s answer to Robin Hood in the 1970 swashbuckler “Long Live Robin Hood” (aka “The Scalawag Bunch”).

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