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Bernard Levin (1928–2004)

Bernard Levin was born on August 19, 1928 in London, England as Herbert Bernard Levin. He was a writer and actor, known for Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life (1964), That Was the Week That Was (1962) and Nothing But the Best (1964). He died on August 7, 2004 in London. See full bio »

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(age 75) in London, England, UK

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 1971 The Eighties (TV Mini-Series) (script)
 1962-1963 That Was the Week That Was (TV Series) (writer - 37 episodes)
- That Was the Year That Was (1963) ... (writer)
- Episode #2.12 (1963) ... (writer)
- Episode #2.11 (1963) ... (writer)
- Episode #2.10 (1963) ... (writer)
 1962 In Their Opinion (TV Mini-Series) (script - 1 episode)
- The Spectator (1962) ... (script)
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"Close Encounters Of The Third Kind" is a film that lingers on the retina of the mind like the image of a light stared at before the eyes are closed. And the reason is that it offers, in addition to great technical skill and great cinematic excitement, a view, and a view, moreover, of great richness and plausibility. See more »

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He was famous for his Times column which he wrote between 1971 and 1997, and also wrote for the Spectator, Daily Mail and the Daily Express. Ill health forced him to scale back his commitments, but he continued to contribute pieces to The Times until July 1998. See more »

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