Burt Lancaster Filmography

1946

 The Killers

1947

Brute Force

Desert Fury

Variety Girl

1948

I Walk Alone

All My Sons

Sorry, Wrong Number

 Blood on My Hands

1949

Criss Cross

Rope of Sand

1950

The Flame and the Arrow

Mister 880

1951

Vengeance Valley

The Screen Director

Man of Bronze

Ten Tall Men

1952

The Crimson Pirate

Come Back, Little Sheba

1953

South Sea Woman

From Here to Eternity

Three Sailors and a Girl (uncredited)

1954

His Majesty O'Keefe

Apache

Vera Cruz

55

Marty

The Kentuckian

The Rose Tattoo

1956

Screen Snapshots: Playtime in Hollywood

Trapeze

The Rainmaker

1957

Gunfight at the OK Corral

Smell of Success

The Heart of Show Business

1958

Run Silent Run Deep

Separate Tables

1959

The Devil’s Disciple

Take a Giant Step

1960

The Unforgiven

Elmer Gantry

1961

The Young Savages

Judgment at Nuremberg

1962

Birdman of Alcatraz  

1963

A Child Is Waiting

The Leopard

The List of Adrian Messenger

1964

Seven Days in May

The Train

  1965

Handle with Care

The Hallelujah Trail

1966

The Professionals  

1967

All About People

1968

U.S. Water Polo

The Scalphunters

The Swimmer

1969

The Sky Divers

Jenny Is a Good Thing

Castle Keep

The Gypsy Moths

1970

Airport

King: A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis

1971

Lawman

Valdez Is Coming

1972

Ulzana’s Raid 1973

Scorpio

Executive Action

1974

The Fighters

The Midnight Man

Conversation Piece

1976

Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull’s History Lesson

Novecento

The Cassandra Crossing

1977

Twilight’s Last Gleaming

The Island of Dr. Moreau

Exploring the Unknown

1978

Go Tell the Spartans  

1979

Zulu Dawn

1980

Atlantic City

1981

Cattle Annie and Little Britches

La pelle

1983

Local Hero

The Osterman Weekend

1985

Little Treasure

1986

Tough Guys

1987

Control

1988

Rocket Gibraltar

1989

Field of Dreams

La bottega dell'orefice

Dawn’s Early Light: Ralph McGill and the Segregated South

Ava Ire has just shown that she has terrifying power beyond anyones imagination and could easily hurt or kill Odin without a seond thought and,,,,,,,instead of being afraid of her or judging her,,,,,Odin is concerned for her?? and,,,,,,worried about her??? and assures her that he didn’t mean to leave her??? because he knows that this isn’t the real her and is trying to understand Ava instead of demonizing her like everyone else has done her entire life???,,,,,anyway,,,,,bless this boy. bless him.