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Also Known As: Luigi Montefiori Died:
Born: August 16, 1942 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Genoa, , IT Profession: inventor, pioneer, messenger, manufacturer, office clerk

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George Eastman was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Eastman kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "Fellini Satyricon" (1970) with Martin Potter, the horror flick "Baba Yaga" (1973) with Carroll Baker and the adventure "Scalawag" (1973) with Kirk Douglas. He also appeared in "Call of the Wild" (1975) and "Emanuelle e Francoise le sorelline" (1976). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the action movie "La Guerra del Ferro Ironmaster" (1982) with Sam Pasco, "I Nuovi barbari" (1982) and the action flick "1990 i guerrieri del Bronx" (1982) with Vic Morrow. He also appeared in "Blastfighter" (1983). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in "Regalo di Natale" (1986), the Daniel Greene action film "Hands of Steel" (1986) and "Dumb Dicks" (1986) with David Landsberg. He also appeared in the Serena Grandi thriller "Le Foto di Gioia" (1987). Eastman most recently acted in the Carlo Delle Piane drama sequel "Christmas Rematch" (2004).

George Eastman was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Eastman kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "Fellini Satyricon" (1970) with Martin Potter, the horror flick "Baba Yaga" (1973) with Carroll Baker and the adventure "Scalawag" (1973) with Kirk Douglas. He also appeared in "Call of the Wild" (1975) and "Emanuelle e Francoise le sorelline" (1976). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the action movie "La Guerra del Ferro Ironmaster" (1982) with Sam Pasco, "I Nuovi barbari" (1982) and the action flick "1990 i guerrieri del Bronx" (1982) with Vic Morrow. He also appeared in "Blastfighter" (1983). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in "Regalo di Natale" (1986), the Daniel Greene action film "Hands of Steel" (1986) and "Dumb Dicks" (1986) with David Landsberg. He also appeared in the Serena Grandi thriller "Le Foto di Gioia" (1987). Eastman most recently acted in the Carlo Delle Piane drama sequel "Christmas Rematch" (2004).

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 Le Foto di Gioia (1987)
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 Hands of Steel (1986) Raoul Fernandez
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 Regalo di Natale (1986) Stefano
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 Dumb Dicks (1986)
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 King David (1985)
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 Endgame (1985) Kurt Karnak
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 After The Fall Of New York (1984) Big Ape
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 Blastfighter (1983) Tom
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1859:
Family settled in Rochester, New York
1873:
At age 19, hired as a bank clerk
1878:
Purchased first camera
1879:
Filed first patent for a machine that coated dry photographic plates; founded the Eastman Dry Plate Company
1884:
Introduced paper roll film; the following year patented a machine that coated rolls of paper with emulsion
1888:
Developed the Kodak box camera
1889:
Invented perforated celluloid film
1892:
Changed name of company to Eastman Kodak
1900:
Introduced the Kodak brownie camera which sold for one dollar
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father:
George Eastman. Founded Eastman Commercial College in Rochester (New York) in 1859; died in 1868.
mother:
Maria Eastman.

Bibliography close complete biography

"George Eastman" Houghton Mifflin
"George Eastman: A Biography" Johns Hopkins University Press

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