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Young British film star Dirk Bogarde with a puppy, 1952. At the time he was considered something of a replacement for Stewart Granger, who had decamped for Hollywood and a contract with MGM. Bogarde never did go to Hollywood except for one film made for a friend in 1960, Song Without End, in which he played the composer and performer Franz Lizst. He had a busy and long international career, working with Joseph Losey, Luchino Visconti, Liliana Cavani, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Charles Vidor and George Cukor and many others.