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* ''Film/DaughterOfShanghai'' (1937) as Harry


* ''Film/UnionPacific'' (1939)
* ''Film/RoadToSingapore'' (1940)
* ''Film/TheyDiedWithTheirBootsOn'' (1941)
* ''Film/RoadToMorocco'' (1942)
* ''Film/TheOxBowIncident'' (1943)
* ''Film/SinbadTheSailor'' (1947)
* ''Film/AgainstAllFlags'' (1952)
* ''Film/VivaZapata'' (1952)
* ''Film/LaStrada'' (1954)
* ''[[Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame1956 The Hunchback of Notre Dame]]'' (1956)
* ''Literature/TheGunsOfNavarone'' (1961)
* ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' (1962)
* ''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight'' (1962)
* ''Film/ZorbaTheGreek'' (1964)
* ''Film/MohammadMessengerOfGod'' (1976)
* ''Film/ThePassage'' (1979)
* ''Film/GhostsCantDoIt'' (1989)
* ''Film/JungleFever'' (1991)
* ''Film/{{Mobsters}}'' (1991)
* ''Film/LastActionHero'' (1993)

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* ''Film/UnionPacific'' (1939)
(1939) as Jack Cordray
* ''Film/RoadToSingapore'' (1940)
(1940) as Caesar
* ''Film/TheyDiedWithTheirBootsOn'' (1941)
(1941) as Crazy Horse
* ''Film/RoadToMorocco'' (1942)
(1942) as Mullay Kasim
* ''Film/TheOxBowIncident'' (1943)
(1943) as Juan Martinez
* ''Film/SinbadTheSailor'' (1947)
(1947) as Emir
* ''Film/AgainstAllFlags'' (1952)
(1952) as Capt. Roc Brasiliano
* ''Film/VivaZapata'' (1952)
(1952) as Eufemio Zapata
* ''Film/LaStrada'' (1954)
(1954) as Zampanò
* ''[[Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame1956 The Hunchback of Notre Dame]]'' (1956)
(1956) as Quasimodo
* ''Literature/TheGunsOfNavarone'' (1961)
* ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' (1962)
(1961) as Col. Andrea Stavrou
* ''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight'' (1962)
(1962) as Louis 'Mountain' Rivera
* ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' (1962) as Auda Abu Tayi
* ''Film/ZorbaTheGreek'' (1964)
(1964) as Alexis Zorba
* ''Film/MohammadMessengerOfGod'' (1976)
(1976) as Hamza
* ''Series/JesusOfNazareth'' (1977) as Caiaphas
* ''Film/ThePassage'' (1979)
(1979) as The Basque
* ''Film/GhostsCantDoIt'' (1989)
(1989) as Scott
* ''Literature/TheOldManAndTheSea'' (1990) as Santiago
* ''Film/JungleFever'' (1991)
(1991) as Lou Carbone
* ''Film/{{Mobsters}}'' (1991)
(1991) as Joe Masseria
* ''Film/LastActionHero'' (1993)
(1993) as Tony Vivaldi
* ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' (1994) as Zeus


* FakeNationality: Many of his roles fell into this category, to the degree that many people didn't even realize he was Mexican; his arguably most famous roles included multiple Fake Greeks (''Film/ZorbaTheGreek'', ''Literature/TheGunsOfNavarone''), several Fake Arabs (''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'', ''Film/MohammadMessengerOfGod''), a Fake Frenchman (''Lust for Life''), and innumerable Fake Italians. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN". His popularity in Italy and high-profile career there meant that many Italian moviegoers thought he was Italian or Italian-American for many years.

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* FakeNationality: Many of his roles fell into this category, to the degree that many people didn't even realize he was Mexican; his Mexican. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN".
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arguably most famous roles included multiple Fake Greeks (''Film/ZorbaTheGreek'', ''Literature/TheGunsOfNavarone''), several Fake Arabs (''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'', ''Film/MohammadMessengerOfGod''), a Fake Frenchman (''Lust for Life''), and innumerable Fake Italians. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN". Italians.
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His popularity in Italy and high-profile career there meant that many Italian moviegoers thought he was Italian or Italian-American for many years.


* FakeNationality: Many of his most famous roles fell into this category, to the degree that many people didn't even realize he was Mexican. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN". His popularity in Italy and high-profile career there meant that many Italian moviegoers thought he was Italian or Italian-American for many years.

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* FakeNationality: Many of his most famous roles fell into this category, to the degree that many people didn't even realize he was Mexican.Mexican; his arguably most famous roles included multiple Fake Greeks (''Film/ZorbaTheGreek'', ''Literature/TheGunsOfNavarone''), several Fake Arabs (''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'', ''Film/MohammadMessengerOfGod''), a Fake Frenchman (''Lust for Life''), and innumerable Fake Italians. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN". His popularity in Italy and high-profile career there meant that many Italian moviegoers thought he was Italian or Italian-American for many years.


* FakeNationality: His swarthy complexion and Many of his most famous roles fell into this category, to the degree that many people didn't even realize he was Mexican. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN".

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* HeAlsoDid: Was an accomplished painter, recorded a spoken-word album, and wrote several books.
* FakeNationality: His swarthy complexion and Many of his most famous roles fell into this category, to the degree that many people didn't even realize he was Mexican. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN". His popularity in Italy and high-profile career there meant that many Italian moviegoers thought he was Italian or Italian-American for many years.


* FakeNationality: Many of his most famous roles fell into this category, to the degree that many people didn't even realize he was Mexican. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN".

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* FakeNationality: His swarthy complexion and Many of his most famous roles fell into this category, to the degree that many people didn't even realize he was Mexican. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN".


Antonio Rodolfo Quinn Oaxaca (April 21, 1915 June 3, 2001), more commonly known as Anthony Quinn, was a Mexican-born American actor.

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Antonio Rodolfo Quinn Oaxaca (April 21, 1915 June 3, 2001), more commonly known as Anthony Quinn, was a Mexican-born American Mexican-American actor.


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* FakeNationality: Many of his most famous roles fell into this category, to the degree that many people didn't even realize he was Mexican. He played so many different nationalities and ethnicities that he was once called "the One-Man UN".

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->''"I have lived in a flurry of images, but I will go out in a freeze frame."''


He played the brother of [[UsefulNotes/TheMexicanRevolution Mexican Revolution]] leader Emiliano Zapata, Eufemio Zapata in ''Viva Zapata!'' (1952), a performance that won him the UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, making him the first Mexican American to win any Academy Award. He received that same honor again in 1956 for his portrayal of the painter Paul Gauguin in ''Lust for Life'' with Creator/KirkDouglas. He was also nominated for Best Actor in 1957 for ''Wild Is the Wind'' and in 1964 for ''Film/ZorbaTheGreek'', and played [[TheGrotesque Quasimodo]] in the 1956 version of ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. Quinn achieved box-office success with starring roles in ''Literature/TheGunsOfNavarone'' (1961) and ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' (1962). During the course of his career, Quinn appeared in more than 200 films.

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He played the brother of [[UsefulNotes/TheMexicanRevolution Mexican Revolution]] leader Emiliano Zapata, Eufemio Zapata in ''Viva Zapata!'' (1952), a performance that won him the UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, making him the first Mexican American to win any Academy Award. He received that same honor again in 1956 for his portrayal of the painter Paul Gauguin in ''Lust for Life'' with Creator/KirkDouglas. He was also nominated for Best Actor in 1957 for ''Wild Is the Wind'' and in 1964 for ''Film/ZorbaTheGreek'', and played [[TheGrotesque Quasimodo]] in the 1956 version of ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.''[[Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame1956 The Hunchback of Notre Dame]]''. Quinn achieved box-office success with starring roles in ''Literature/TheGunsOfNavarone'' (1961) and ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' (1962). During the course of his career, Quinn appeared in more than 200 films.



* ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (1956)

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* ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' ''[[Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame1956 The Hunchback of Notre Dame]]'' (1956)


In 1936, he made the leap into the acting profession. That year he had a role in the play ''Clean Beds'' with Creator/MaeWest and appeared in the film ''Parole!'' This opened the door to other film roles, often TypeCasting him as a bad guy. Quinn did some of his finest film work in the 1950s and 1960s. He played the brother of [[UsefulNotes/TheMexicanRevolution Mexican Revolution]] leader Emiliano Zapata, Eufemio Zapata in ''Viva Zapata!'' (1952), a performance that won him the UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, making him the first Mexican American to win any Academy Award. He received that same honor again in 1956 for his portrayal of the painter Paul Gauguin in ''Lust for Life'' with Creator/KirkDouglas. He was also nominated for Best Actor in 1957 for ''Wild Is the Wind'' and in 1964 for ''Film/ZorbaTheGreek'', and played [[TheGrotesque Quasimodo]] in the 1956 version of ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. Quinn achieved box-office success with starring roles in ''Literature/TheGunsOfNavarone'' (1961) and ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' (1962). During the course of his career, Quinn appeared in more than 200 films.

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In 1936, he made the leap into the acting profession. That year he had a role in the play ''Clean Beds'' with Creator/MaeWest and appeared in the film ''Parole!'' This opened the door to other film roles, often TypeCasting him as a bad guy. Quinn did some of his finest film work in the 1950s and 1960s.

He played the brother of [[UsefulNotes/TheMexicanRevolution Mexican Revolution]] leader Emiliano Zapata, Eufemio Zapata in ''Viva Zapata!'' (1952), a performance that won him the UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, making him the first Mexican American to win any Academy Award. He received that same honor again in 1956 for his portrayal of the painter Paul Gauguin in ''Lust for Life'' with Creator/KirkDouglas. He was also nominated for Best Actor in 1957 for ''Wild Is the Wind'' and in 1964 for ''Film/ZorbaTheGreek'', and played [[TheGrotesque Quasimodo]] in the 1956 version of ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. Quinn achieved box-office success with starring roles in ''Literature/TheGunsOfNavarone'' (1961) and ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' (1962). During the course of his career, Quinn appeared in more than 200 films.

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* ''Film/VivaZapata'' (1952)

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* ''Film/GhostsCantDoIt'' (1989)


* ''[[Film/RoadTo Road to Singapore]]'' (1940)

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* ''[[Film/RoadTo Road to Singapore]]'' ''Film/RoadToSingapore'' (1940)

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