The Wall Street star will be giving his stock of 35mm and 16mm prints to the Rochester institution, for a total of 37 films which he has either starred in or produced.

Among the prints included in the donation are The China Syndrome, Romancing the Stone, Fatal Attraction, Traffic, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Wall Street.

The institution's director, Bruce Barnes, reveals Douglas first became involved with the George Eastman Museum, named after the Kodak founder, when the actor was feted with an award in recognition to his contributions to film from officials last year (15).

"When Mr. Douglas visited the museum last spring to receive the George Eastman Award, he saw firsthand the work we are doing in film preservation," Barnes says in a statement. "This is an exciting addition to our prestigious cinema collection, and we are deeply grateful to Mr. Douglas for this generous gift.''