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Lee Van Cleef Licensing
Hollywood Villain Extraordinaire
January 9, 1925 – December 16, 1989
One of the great movie villains, was seen by Stanley Kramer, who cast him as henchman Jack Colby in High Noon (1952), a role that brought him great recognition despite the fact that he had no dialogue. In the mid-'60s Sergio Leone cast him as the tough but decent Col. Mortimer opposite Clint Eastwood in A Fist full of Dollars (1965). A new career as a western hero (or at least anti-hero) opened up, and Van Cleef became an international star. In the 1980s he moved easily into action and martial-arts movies.
LicenseBox, A MODA Entertainment Company is the worldwide merchandising, licensing & marketing representative for Hollywood Bad Guy Lee Van Cleef.
"Being born with beady eyes is the best thing ever to happened to me."
-Lee Van Cleef
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