Cinegiornale: Edmund Purdom e Linda Christian, Città del Messico, 1962 - [Film Doc]
Edmund Anthony Cutlar Purdom was a British actor. He worked first on stage in Britain, performing various works by Shakespeare, then later in America on Broadway, until making his way to Hollywood, and eventually spent the remainder of his life appearing in Italian cinema. He is perhaps best known for his starring role in 1954's historical epic The Egyptian. His daughter Lilan Purdom became a journalist for French television channel TF1. By taking over important roles exited by Mario Lanza and Marlon Brando, Purdom was known by the mid-1950s as "The Replacement Star."