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Arthur Levitt Rides Again The Life and Times of a Lousy Actor

Traders Magazine, May 1998

Jim Cassidy

In 1986, Arthur Levitt Jr., then 55, made his motion-picture debut. He was cast as a Patriot in Sweet Liberty, a comedy about the making of a movie on the American Revolution, starring Alan Alda.

Alda played a dusty college professor whose career takes an unexpected turn when his book about the historic events is made into a Hollywood movie. Levitt's big moment came as an extra on location in a small collage town.

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