Born on October 25, 1928 in New York, New York
Anthony Franciosa as "Juan Luis Rodriguez/Juan Luis Martinez"
When a shipment of repeating rifles is stolen from the U.S. Cavalry, Capt. Haven (Stuart Whitman) and Sgt. Franklyn are sent to recover them and enlist the aid of an alcoholic former confederate and Indian hater, James Lassiter (Richard Boone) and a Mexican murderer, Rodriguez (Tony Franciosa). Lassiter, who owns one of the rifles, says it came from his embittered former commander Col. Pardee, while an Apache woman informant reveals that Pardee intends to sell the stolen arms to her people.
|Golden Globe (1964)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama|
Anthony Franciosa as "Sam Lawson"
Sam Lawson (Anthony Franciosa), an ambitious actor and World War II veteran, moves to New York City determined to do anything to make a name for himself on Broadway. When Sam's friend Maury (Dean Martin), an aspiring director, refuses to cast Sam in his show, Sam responds by courting Maury's girlfriend, Sharon (Shirley MacLaine). However, after the two men learn they have been blacklisted for their communist affiliations, they decide to resolve their differences and work together.
|Golden Globe (1959)||Won||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama|