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#198669
Paul Newman 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
One of my all time favourite actors, in the wonderful Talking Pictures series; he and Redford in Sundance Kid were magnificent. I still buy his super Balsamic vinaigrette and think of those blue eyes.
 
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#198670
Little Sausage

Re:Paul Newman 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
In the 90’s I used to buy his pasta sauce.. it was really delicious..
Haven’t had it in years..
Nowadays I look for the weekly specials in the supermarkets 😉
(gosh I’m turning into my dad..)
 
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wyot

Re:Paul Newman 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Coolhand Luke all the way for me...

If you haven't seen it though a later (1994) film "Nobodys Fools" is quietly winderful and I think a fine performance. Also has a young Philip Seymour Hoffman in...
 
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#198673
Re:Paul Newman 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Cool Hand Luke my favourite too.
"What we have here is a failure to communicate".
 
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Dr Strangelove

Re:Paul Newman 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
They also made a great duo in The Sting, scamming along to the sounds of Scott Joplin...
 
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Randall

Re:Paul Newman 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
I made it all the way through The Outrage (1964 remake of Kurosawa's Rashomon in a Western setting) without recognising Paul Newman. His name popped up in the credits and I genuinely didn't know he'd been in the film at all. He plays totally against type as a Mexican bandit. Always nice to see movie stars showing some acting chops instead of just playing themselves as usual (Tom Cruise in Collateral is another example that comes to mind).
 
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Green Man

Re:Paul Newman 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
This is a fun list.

www.afi.com/afis-100-years-100-movie-quotes/


"Plastics" an excellent piece of advice, just look at social media. Both Graduate and Midnight Cowboy are terrific movies.

I have only seen 2 Paul Newman films ( Butch Cassidy and Slap Shot) so I can't critise him but his sauces are wonderful.
 
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