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Cleopatra – 1963
Landau, second from left, as the general Rufio, co-starred with Elizabeth Taylor in the epic that was a notorious money-loser.
Mission: Impossible – 1966-1969
Hit TV series “Mission: Impossible” starred Greg Morris, Peter Lupus, Peter Graves, Martin Landau, and Barbara Bain, whom Landau married.
Space: 1999 – 1975-1977
Barbara Bain and Martin Landau starred in the sci-fi TV series “Space: 1999” which ran for two years.
Crimes and Misdemeanors – 1989
Landau was Oscar-nommed for his role in Woody Allen’s adultery comedy “Crimes and Misdemeanors,” in which he co-starred with Anjelica Huston.
Woody Allen and Martin Landau
Landau was in his 60s when Woody Allen cast him as the lead in “Crimes and Misdemeanors.”
Ed Wood – 1994
Johnny Depp starred in Tim Burton’s “Ed Wood,” in which Landau played Bela Lugosi.
Martin Landau at the Oscars
Landau won the supporting actor Oscar for his Bela Lugosi role in “Ed Wood.”
The New Adventures Of Pinocchio – 1999
“The New Adventures of Pinocchio” was a sequel to 1996’s “Adventures of Pinocchio,” in which Martin Landau also starred.
Brooke Shields, Martin Landau and Robert Evans
Brooke Shields, Martin Landau and Robert Evans at a gala honoring producer Robert Evans for his film “The Kid Stays in the Picture” in 2002.
The Majestic – 2001
Landau starred with Jim Carrey and Laurie Holden in Frank Darabont’s “The Majestic.”
Landau’s Walk of Fame star – 2001
Landau was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in December, 2001.