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Hamilton played a cat burglar in MGM's Jack of Diamonds (1967).
It was produced by Sandy Howard who said Hamilton was "a hot commodity these days" because he was dating Lyndon Johnson's daughter.) Hamilton then made a science fiction movie for George Pal at MGM, The Power (1968).
He had support roles in The Strange Possession of Mrs.
Oliver (1977), The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington (1977), Killer on Board (1977), Sextette (1978), The Users (1978), From Hell to Victory (1979), Institute for Revenge (1979), From Hell to Victory (1979) and Death Car on the Freeway (1979).
For his debut performance in Crime and Punishment U. He has received one additional BAFTA nomination and two additional Golden Globe nominations.
Hamilton began his film career in 1958 and although he has a substantial body of work in film and television he is, perhaps, most famous for his debonair style and his perfect and perpetual suntan.
It was shot in Italy, and MGM kept Hamilton in that country to play a role in Two Weeks in Another Town (1962), an unsuccessful attempt to repeat the success of The Bad and the Beautiful (1952).Hamilton made a movie in France, That Man George (1965) and appeared in a production of A Farewell to Arms (1966) on TV, opposite Vanessa Redgrave.He returned to MGM to make a romantic comedy with Sandra Dee, Doctor, You've Got to Be Kidding! At Columbia he co-starred with Glenn Ford in a Western A Time for Killing (1967), originally directed by Roger Corman then Phil Karlson.Bo Derek writes in her autobiography "there was an ongoing contest between John [Derek] and George Hamilton as to who was tanner". Although shot in 1958 it was not released until the following year.His stepfathers were Carleton Hunt and Jesse Spalding; his stepmother was June Howard, with whom Hamilton said he had an affair when he was 12 years old which was shortly after she married his father. He appeared on such shows as The Veil (playing an Indian), The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, The Donna Reed Show and Cimarron City. However the film was seen by Vincente Minnelli who thought Hamilton would be ideal for the younger son in Home from the Hill (1960), a Southern melodrama with Robert Mitchum. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer signed him to a long-term contract.