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“Besides his Oscar-winning role in Charly — which was adapted from Daniel Keyes' short novel, Flowers for Algernon, and told the story of a mentally disabled man who becomes a genius after medical treatment — Robertson is also remembered for playing President John F. Kennedy in 1963's PT-109.”
“The year was 1963 and actor Cliff Robertson looked convincing in his costume for "PT-109," the first film to portray a sitting president.”
“NEW YORK -- Cliff Robertson, the handsome movie actor who played John F. Kennedy in "PT-109," won an Oscar for "Charly" and was famously victimized in a 1977 Hollywood forgery scandal, has died.”
“Certainly not from reading PT-109 when I was a kid.”
“Correction: This post originally included an anecdote about how John Kennedy and his crew were on a mission to fight boredom when PT-109 was rammed and sunk.”
“The operation that resulted in the loss of the PT-109 was ill-conceived but JFK appeared to have done about as well as he could and was certainly the victim of bad luck.”
“Wherever did you get the idea that PT-109 was in the Blackett Strait so that the crew could drink?”
“Robinson was aboard a vessle that picked up Kennedy and 10 surviving crew members after their PT-109 was rammed by a Japanese destroyer in 1943.”
“Itwould be Dean's biggest hit, though he followed it with the recitation Dear Ivan, addressed to another "plain, ordinary human being" in the USSR, and the song PT-109, based on John F Kennedy's experiences during the second world war.”
“Kennedy, however, had proved his intestinal fortitude during World War II with PT-109.”
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