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Alfred Lutter is a Actor American born on 21 march 1962

Alfred Lutter

Alfred Lutter
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Birth name Alfred Lutter III
Nationality USA
Birth 21 march 1962 (58 years)

Alfred Lutter III (born March 21, 1962) is an American former child actor.

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Filmography of Alfred Lutter (5 films)

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The Bad News Bears, 1h42
Directed by Michael Ritchie
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Sports films, Baseball films, Children's films
Actors Walter Matthau, Tatum O'Neal, Chris Barnes, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Vic Morrow, Ben Piazza
Roles Ogilvie
Rating72% 3.648143.648143.648143.648143.64814
Morris Buttermaker (Walter Matthau), a former minor-league baseball player and an alcoholic who cleans swimming pools, is recruited by a city councilman and attorney who filed a lawsuit against a competitive Southern California Little League, which excluded the least athletically skilled children (including his son) from playing. To settle the lawsuit, the league agrees to add an additional team—the Bears—which is composed of the worst players.
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, 1h52
Directed by Martin Scorsese
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes Feminist films, Transport films, Political films, Road movies
Actors Ellen Burstyn, Alfred Lutter, Kris Kristofferson, Billy "Green" Bush, Diane Ladd, Lelia Goldoni
Roles Tommy
Rating72% 3.6472253.6472253.6472253.6472253.647225
When Socorro, New Mexico, housewife Alice Hyatt's uncaring husband Donald is killed in an accident, she decides to have a garage sale, pack what's left of her meager belongings and take her precocious son Tommy to her childhood hometown of Monterey, California, where she hopes to pursue the singing career she'd abandoned when she married.
Love and Death, 1h25
Directed by Woody Allen
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Historical
Themes Political films, Histoire de France, Napoleonic Wars films, French Revolution films
Actors Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Jessica Harper, Georges Adet, Olga Georges-Picot, James Tolkan
Roles Young Boris
Rating76% 3.849583.849583.849583.849583.84958
When Napoleon (James Tolkan) invades Austria during the Napoleonic Wars, Boris Grushenko (Woody Allen), a coward and pacifist scholar, is forced to enlist in the Russian Army. Desperate and disappointed after hearing the news that Sonja (Diane Keaton), his cousin twice removed, is to wed a herring merchant, he inadvertently becomes a war hero. He returns and marries the recently widowed Sonja, who does not want to marry Boris, but promises him that she will when she thinks that he is about to be killed in a duel. Their marriage is filled with philosophical debates, and no money. Their life together is interrupted when Napoleon invades the Russian Empire. Boris wants to flee but his wife, angered that the invasion will interfere with their plans to start a family that year, conceives a plot to assassinate Napoleon at his headquarters in Moscow. Boris and Sonja debate the matter with some degree of philosophical double-talk, and Boris reluctantly goes along with it. They fail to kill Napoleon and Sonja escapes arrest while Boris is executed, despite being told by a vision that he will be pardoned.