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Paul Newman

When You Travel Far


Index of Photos






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Cool Hand Luke, 1967






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Is this his first wife, Jackie Witt, and their son Scott?
They were married from 1949 to 1958.
Scott died of a drug overdose in 1978.






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Luke's dying mom, Arletta, played by Jo Van Fleet






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Director Stuart Rosenberg died in March 2007.






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Joanne Woodward, with the Oscar she won for The Three Faces
of Eve in 1958. They had married shortly before.






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Hud, 1963, with Patricia Neal






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Screen test with James Dean for East of Eden, circa 1955






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The Hustler, 1961, directed by Robert Rossen, with four peak performances all nominated for Oscars. Here, Jackie Gleason, as Minnesota Fats.






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George C. Scott as the corrupt gambler who takes
Fast Eddie Felson under his wing






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And Piper Laurie, the introverted, fragile girl who in the end was in the way






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Paris Blues, 1961, with Sidney Poitier






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Attending a funeral






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Strother Martin (left) as the captain of the road gang.






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Slap Shot, 1977, with Michael Ontkean (later the sheriff of Twin Peaks)






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Rocky Graziano, for Somebody Up There Likes Me, 1956






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Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys, 1958






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The Secret War of Harry Frigg, 1968






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Is this from the set of Exodus, 1960?






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Piper Laurie again, from The Hustler






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At the '68 Convention -- Chicago -- with Arthur Miller.
Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy had been shot months before.
Outside the cops and the kids were wrasslin'.






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Torn Curtain, 1966, directed by Alfred Hitchcock






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Campaigning for the AFL-CIO and Gore in 2000






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Road to Perdition, 2002






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Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid, 1969. Robert Redford & Katherine Ross






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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1958, with Elizabeth Taylor






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His hobby






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Campaigning for Eugene McCarthy, the Democratic senator running against his president in opposition to Vietnam. 1967 or '68.






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The Verdict, 1982






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Sancho Panza? No. Hud, 1963






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Don Quixote? No. The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, 1972






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The Silver Chalice, 1954, for which Newman ran a full page ad in Variety apologizing for his performance






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Sometimes a Great Notion, 1971






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The Sting, 1973

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From the Terrace, 1960






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Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys, 1958






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Fast Eddie looks back in The Color of Money, 1986






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At home in a Wesport, Connecticutt, where they settled after marriage in 1958






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Mr and Mrs Bridge, 1990






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Daughter Nel, partner in the food business






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One of the Newman's Own Foundation's Hole in the Wall Camps for sick kids.






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They were married 50 years.






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Our Town, on Broadway in 2002






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"Playing it cool,
Luke"






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"What we have here is a failure to communicate."
Famous last words.






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Gotta getchyer mind right ...







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