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Monroe Stahr (Character)
from The Last Tycoon (1976)

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  1. "The Last Tycoon"
        - A More Perfect Union (2017) TV episode, Played by Matt Bomer
        - More Stars Than There Are in Heaven (2017) TV episode, Played by Matt Bomer
        - An Enemy Among Us (2017) TV episode, Played by Matt Bomer
        - Eine Kleine Reichmusik (2017) TV episode, Played by Matt Bomer
        - A Brady-American Christmas (2017) TV episode, Played by Matt Bomer
          (4 more)

  2. The Last Tycoon (1976) Played by Robert De Niro

  3. "Armchair Theatre"
        - The Last Tycoon (1959) TV episode, Played by John Ireland
  4. "Playhouse 90"
        - The Last Tycoon (1957) TV episode, Played by Jack Palance

  5. "The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse"
    ... aka "The Philco Television Playhouse" - USA (original title)
    ... aka "Arena Theatre" - USA (new title)
    ... aka "Repertory Theatre" - USA (new title)
        - The Last Tycoon (1949) TV episode, Played by John Baragrey

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From The Last Tycoon (1976)
Pat Brady: I was just saying, they'll never get the writers unionized. You know why? Because they hate each other's guts. They'd sell each other out for a nickel.
Monroe Stahr: This man from New York seems pretty set on doing it, the one who's coming out to see me. What's his name?
Fleishacker: Brimmer.
Monroe Stahr: Brimmer.
Pat Brady: Communist, yeah?
Popolos: You mean a *real* communist?
Pat Brady: Yeah, sure, a real one.
Popolos: I mean, some of these guys are just jokers who call themselves communists. And mostly they are fairies, too.
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