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Welcome to this fansite dedicated to actor Donald Sutherland.
Whilst in Berlin, Donald attended a charity gala which succeeded in raising more than 100,000 euros for Afghan children by auctioning various items of celebrity memorabilia. Hosted by Catherine Deneuve and held in a grand 19th century concert hall, also present were M*A*S*H director Robert Altman, former tennis star Boris Becker, and Bob Geldof. It is not known whether Donald bid for anything!
Within My Site....
My Filmography Page contains not just details of his movie work, but TV appearances, videos, documentaries, voiceovers, audio books and even the odd CD-ROM. Needless to say, any additions to the Filmography Section are welcomed as are any recommendations and links to Donald Sutherland interviews and articles on the Web to include in my Donald Sutherland Links.
The Archive Articles Section has a list of articles of Donald that have appeared in print, magazine cover stories and interviews from the past decades, for a retrospective look at those past films.
Finally, is there anyone out there who has been lucky enough to meet the man himself? Feel free to e-mail me.
Donald's First Film - The World Ten Times Over
Not all filmographies list Donald's true first film role, a bit part in the British 1963 drama 'The World Ten Times Over'. Described as a 'dour drama' by the All Movie Guide, the movie tells the tale of two single girls, portrayed by Sylvia Sims and June Ritchie, who are 'sucked into an immoral world of Soho clubs, revue bars, slick men and cool music and liquor at five pounds a bottle'. Also appearing in the film, as Sims' schoolteacher father, was William Hartnell, better known as the first Dr Who. The only detail I have of Donald's part was that he was one of two 'nightclub drunks', his fellow drunk being Tony Hawes, late husband of Stan Laurel's daughter Lois.
I have not seen this film, if anyone has I would love to know more!
With Jane Fonda in her Oscar-winning role as Bree Daniels
With Billy Crudup as Steve Prefontaine
|Thanks to Mara in Montreal for sending in this great
drawing of Donald as Father Koesler in 'The Rosary Murders'.
For more, visit my Artwork Page
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With thanks to my friend Caroline Charman of for her help with the design of this site.