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BEVERLY HILLS, California: Kirk Douglas is done with writing.The "Spartacus" star, who just turned 98, has 87 films and 11 books to his name and is one of the last living members of old Hollywood. By now, the world probably thinks it knows Kirk Douglas. In an industry not known for domestic stability, Kirk and Anne Douglas may be one of the great Hollywood romances. Seated closely on a cozy couch in a home that is elegant, modest and lived-in, the couple recalled their first meeting in Paris. He was working on the film "Act of Love". Anne Douglas (then Buydens) had her own thoughts about transient movie stars.Kirk Douglas, sporting a tuxedo, decided his talent would be cleaning up after the elephants.In 2012, the couple pledged $50 million to five charitable organizations.Giving has been in Kirk Douglas' bones since childhood. Now, Kirk and Anne Douglas are focused on their home, family and reflecting on a life well-lived.
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