46 years ago, or roughly 35 years before Harvey Weinstein began rewriting the Oscar campaign book, Burt Lancaster voiced some angry allegations to the Saturday Evening Post about certain unsavory practices involving Oscar award balloting and politicking. (Thanks to Michael Bergeron for sending this along.)

Three months after winning the Best Actor Oscar for his performance in Elmer Gantry (i.e., when it was safe to do so), Burt Lancaster let loose.