Burton Raphael Kennedy (born September 3, 2001 in Muskegon, Michigan) was a screenwriter and film director who was best known for directing many American western movies for which he was named “the best western writer ever.” Burt died on February 15, 2001 and his death was because of cancer. He died at age 78.
"[c. 1985, on Kirk Douglas] . . . he's tough, too; the people who are good are the ones that can be difficult. I remember one day we had to stop filming on The War Wagon (1967) to do a special promo film with John Wayne when Ronald Reagan was standing for governor. Kirk at that time was a Democrat; I think that now Kirk is a Reagan man. (IMDB)"
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