A portrait of Oscar winner Martin Landau, who died July 15 at age 89.
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A portrait of Oscar winner Martin Landau, who died July 15 at age 89.

A portrait of Oscar winner Martin Landau, who died July 15 at age 89.

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Martin Landau as Rollin Hand in “Mission: Impossible.” He co-starred on the show from 1966-69.

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Martin Landau, left, appeared with James Mason in Alfred Hitchcock’s “North by Northwest"  in 1959.

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Martin Landau voiced the character of 2 in Shane Acker’s epic adventure fantasy “9,” which was released in 2009.

 (Focus Features)
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Martin Landau stars as producer Jerry Duran in the 2003 action comedy “Hollywood Homicide.”

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Martin Landau was nominated for an Oscar for his work in Woody Allen’s 1989 movie “Crimes and Misdemeanors.”

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Legendary film star Bela Lugosi (Martin Landau, right) was befriended by Edward D. Wood Jr. (Johnny Depp) a wood–be Hollywood film director in Touchstone Pictures’ poignant homage “Ed Wood.” Landau won an Oscar for his performance.

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Actor Martin Landau at the Academy Awards, March 25, 1996, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion.

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Actor Martin Landau.

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Actor Martin Landau kisses his supporting actor Oscar at the 67th Academy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

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