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Harry Hamlin believes that playing a gay man in 1982's Making Love ended his film career

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Harry Hamlin's historic 1982 film Making Love - the first mainstream Hollywood movie to address homosexuality - celebrated its 40th anniversary over the weekend, though Hamlin believes the film 'ended' his film career.The 70-year-old actor played Bart, a gay novelist who falls for an L.A.

doctor Zach (Michael Ontkean) whose marriage to a TV executive (Kate Jackson) starts crumbling as he confronts his repressed attraction to men.While the film was groundbreaking for its portrayal of gay characters, Hamlin revealed in an interview with Peoplethat he thinks it ultimately ended his film career.

Historic:Harry Hamlin's historic 1982 film Making Love - the first mainstream Hollywood movie to address homosexuality - celebrated its 40th anniversary over the weekend, though Hamlin believes the film 'ended' his film career Ended:While the film was groundbreaking for its portrayal of gay characters, Hamlin revealed in an interview with People that he thinks it ultimately ended his film career'I was told by a lot of people, you can't do that movie.

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