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|Birth date:||September 28, 1887, Detroit, Michigan, United States|
|Death date:||May 8, 1975, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany|
|Birth place:||Detroit, Michigan, USA|
|Spouse:||Mariann Princess Reuss (m. 1973–1975), Elizabeth Dunlap (m. 1927–1971)|
|Children:||Avery Gregory Dresden, Gary Toro Dresden|
|Parents:||Minnie Brundage, Charles Brundage|
|1||A passionate collector of Asian art, he was the founding benefactor of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, and donated over 7,700 Asian art objects to the Museum.|
|2||Member of the U.S. team at the 1912 Olympic Games in Stockholm; finished 15th in the decathlon and 5th in the pentathlon.|
|3||Inducted into the National Track & Field Hall of Fame in 1974 (inaugural class).|
|4||Inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, 1983 (charter member).|
|5||President of International Olympic Committee, 1952-1972.|
|6||Presdient of U.S. Olympic Committee, 1928-1952.|
|Munich 1972: Games of the XX Olympiad||1972||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|London 1948: Games of the XIV Olympiad||1948||TV Mini-Series||Himself - IOC Vice President|
|Les grands reportages||2016||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Have You Heard from Johannesburg: Fair Play||2010||Documentary||Himself, president of the International Olympic Committee|
|Hitler's Pawn: The Margaret Lambert Story||2004||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|:03 from Gold||2002||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Fists of Freedom: The Story of the '68 Summer Games||1999||Documentary||Himself|
|100 Years of Olympic Glory||1996||TV Movie documentary||Himself - IOC President (uncredited)|
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|1||In an imperfect world, if participation in sport is to be stopped every time the politicians violate the laws of humanity, there will never be any international contests. Is it not better to try to expand the sportsmanship of the athletic field into other areas?|
|2||We live in a world that is sick socially, politically and economically. It is sick for only one reason -- lack of fair play and good sportsmanship in human relations. We must keep the Olympic movement on Olympic heights of idealism, for it will surely die if it is permitted to descend to more sordid levels.|
|3||The professional athlete must always win if he is to be successful and he must perform and win in the way that the public, who pays the bills, wants him to perform and win. He is a paid worker and not a free agent. It is the same with a commercial artist. To be successful he must make or paint things that can be sold. It is not his taste but the taste of the purchaser which governs. No true artist or true amateur will submit to such dictation. An amateur artist creates -- he does not accept the standards of the mass -- he refuses to follow the crowd. He is not primarily interested in dollars.|
|4||When I'm gone, there's nobody rich enough, thick-skinned enough and smart enough to take my place, and the Games will be in tremendous trouble.|
|5||The Olympic Games belong to all the world, not the part of it at sea level.|
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