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Paul Newman and Robert Redford established such an easygoing on-screen chemistry in their 1969 hit Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid that it’s no wonder that Hollywood re-teamed them with director George Roy Hill for The Sting, an ingeniously plotted … Continue reading
Last night I saw the fabulous Joan Collins in conversation at the BFI. Her special guest appearance was tied in to the BFI’s current Paul Newman season, and followed a screening of the Newman film in which she co-starred – … Continue reading
Movies you love are often not the best movie you’ve ever seen, but rather a movie that strikes a chord at a particular time in your life, or triggers a fond memory, or has a special significance. And The Long … Continue reading
On TCM tonight at 9pm You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video The sad death of Paul Newman last Friday has seen us all talking about our favourite Newman movies and sharing our personal memories … Continue reading
After our little picture tribute to Paul Newman, who sadly died on Friday, we couldn’t help noticing from the comments, as well as the many other tributes to him in the media this week (oh, alright then, we weren’t the … Continue reading