Kirk Douglas And Anne Buydens Wed In 1954, But Their Marriage Has Not Been A Traditional Affair

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Born in April 1919 Buydens spent the early years of her life in Hanover, Germany, before making a big move as a teenager. In fact, her family packed their bags for Belgium during that period. From there, the future film publicist carried on with her studies, ahead of another relocation, this time to Switzerland.

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Buydens’ journey across Europe didn’t end there, though, as she then moved to the French capital. Thanks to her multi-lingual skills, she got a job as a movie subtitler at this point. The Hanover native subsequently plied her trade as a publicist in the early 1950s, which led to her meeting Douglas.

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Born in late 1916 Issur Danielovitch grew up in Amsterdam, New York, with his parents Herschel and Bryna. They’d moved to America from their original home of Chavusy, a town located in the old Russian Empire. And they really struggled for money during their son’s early years.

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