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    fantastic actor

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    Omg When?

    raptorcigs;3064332

    Omg When?



    says the 26th here: ]http//en…man

    OMG!!!!! Never heard about ths.
    Very sad news.

    R.I.P.

    God Bless Him, He Gave Me Much Entertainment, Fine Actor

    I don't know whether to believe this, so far it's been Richard Branson and Vernon Kaye, is this for real?

    :?r i p paul xx

    tessb;3064475

    I don't know whether to believe this, so far it's been Richard Branson … I don't know whether to believe this, so far it's been Richard Branson and Vernon Kaye, is this for real?



    I don't think I'm alone in saying: "what?"

    We have lost one of the finest actors of a generation:-(

    Didn't know until now, rip

    robtallica;3064574

    I don't think I'm alone in saying: "what?"



    Sorry, I've not made myself very clear. Forums seem to have been full of rumours of people's deaths this week. Earlier it was Richard Branson, and then Vernon Kaye even publicly denied rumours of his own death. I wasn't sure if this was for real or not, but I'm saddened to learn that it is.

    great actor - butch cassidy and sundance kid - epitome of a certain generation!! rip

    Banned

    RIP fella . top actor and some cracking films

    Great actor that will be greatly missed

    Paul Newman, the Academy-Award winning superstar who personified cool as the anti-hero of such films as "Hud," "Cool Hand Luke" and "The Color of Money" — and as an activist, race car driver and popcorn impresario — has died. He was 83.
    Newman died Friday after a long battle with cancer at his farmhouse near Westport, publicist Jeff Sanderson said. He was surrounded by his family and close friends.
    In May, Newman had dropped plans to direct a fall production of "Of Mice and Men," citing unspecified health issues.
    RIP TOP MAN

    PAUL NEWMAN FILMOGRAPHY



    Biography:][COLOR=#0750d9]All about Paul[/COLOR]
    One of the final products of the studio system, Paul Newman followed James Dean and Marlon Brando as a tortured, complex, Method-acting star of the '50s. Unlike those two, though, he was still getting Oscar-nominated at the age of 70. The list below reveals how he went from wannabe to icon, and from actor to legend.

    ][COLOR=#0750d9]Cars[/COLOR] (2006)
    The Life Between (as himself) (2003)
    ][COLOR=#0750d9]Road To Perdition[/COLOR] (2002)
    The Simpsons (TV series, one episode, voice) (2001)
    Where The Money Is (2000)
    ][COLOR=#0750d9]Message In A Bottle[/COLOR] (1999)
    Twilight (1998)
    Nobody's Fool (1994)
    Baseball (TV miniseries, voice, as himself) (1994)
    The Hudsucker Proxy (1994)
    La Classe Americaine (1993)
    Mr And Mrs Bridge (1990)
    Blaze (1989)
    Shadow Makers (1989)
    The Colour Of Money (1986)
    Harry & Son (1984)
    The Verdict (1982)
    Absence Of Malice (1981)
    Fort Apache: The Bronx (1981)
    When Time Ran Out (1980)
    Quintet (1979)
    Slap Shot (1977)
    The Gong Show (TV series, one episode, as himself) (1976)
    Buffalo Bill And The Indians (1976)
    Silent Movie (as himself) (1976)
    McCarthy: Death Of A Witch Hunter (host) (1975)
    The Drowning Pool (1975)
    The Towering Inferno (1974)
    The Sting (1973)
    The Mackintosh Man (1973)
    The Life And Times Of Judge Roy Bean (1972)
    Pocket Money (1972)
    Sometimes A Great Notion (1971)
    WUSA (1970)
    King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery To Memphis (commentator) (1970)
    Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid (1969)
    Winning (1969)
    The Secret War Of Harry Frigg (1968)
    Cool Hand Luke (1967)
    Hombre (1967)
    A Year Toward Tomorrow (narrator) (1966)
    Torn Curtain (1966)
    Harper (1966)
    Lady L (1965)
    The Outrage (1964)
    What A Way To Go! (1964)
    The Prize (1963)
    A New Kind Of Love (1963)
    Hud (1963)
    Adventures Of A Young Man (1962)
    Sweet Bird Of Youth (1962)
    Paris Blues (1961)
    The Hustler (1961)
    From The Terrace (1960)
    Exodus (1960)
    What's My Line (TV series, one episode, as himself) (1959)
    The Young Philadelphians (1959)
    Rally 'Round The Flag, Boys! (1958)
    The Left Handed Gun (1958)
    Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (1958)
    The Long Hot Summer (1958)
    Playhouse 90 (TV series, one episode) (1958)
    Until They Sail (1957)
    The Helen Morgan Story (1957)
    The United States Steel Hour (TV series, 2 episodes) (1956)
    The Kaiser Aluminum Hour (TV series, one episode) (1956)
    The Rack (1956)
    Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)
    Playwrights 56 (TV series, one episode) (1955)
    Producers' Showcase (TV series, one episode) (1955)
    The Philco Television Playhouse (TV series, one episode) (1955)
    Appointment With Adventure (TV series, one episode) (1955)
    Danger (TV series, one episode) (1954)
    Goodyear Television Playhouse (TV series, 2 episodes) (1954)
    The Mask (TV series, one episode) (1954)
    The Silver Chalice (1954)
    The Web (TV series, 2 episodes) (1953)
    You Are There (TV series, 2 episodes) (1953)
    The Aldrich Family (TV series) (1952-1953)
    Tales Of Tomorrow (TV series, one episode) (1951)

    He's not had a bad innings and led a "pretty comfortable" life, that most people would have settled for.
    So I never feel to sorry for these types when they go !!
    I feel more for the poor old guy that dies alone and has never had much of a life. When he goes it does not even get a mention at the street corner. Thats where my sympathy lies !!!

    Rest in Peace.

    Banned

    respect to him
    god rest his soul

    rangermastiffs;3065533

    He's not had a bad innings and led a "pretty comfortable" life, that most … He's not had a bad innings and led a "pretty comfortable" life, that most people would have settled for.So I never feel to sorry for these types when they go !!I feel more for the poor old guy that dies alone and has never had much of a life. When he goes it does not even get a mention at the street corner. Thats where my sympathy lies !!!



    Totally inappropriate in a thread titled "rip Paul Newman" don't you think?

    Paul Newman has been a very successful actor, businessman and sports car racer. He has also contributed publicly and privately to many charitable causes. So in all has certainly contributed to many millions of peoples enjoyment and, through his charity work, peoples well being. Far more than the "poor old guy that dies alone and has never had much of a life."

    RIP Paul Newman, thanks for the memories.

    pugw$sh;3068427

    Totally inappropriate in a thread titled "rip Paul Newman" don't you … Totally inappropriate in a thread titled "rip Paul Newman" don't you think?



    No I don't think so. It's an honest opinion.
    I have not and would not think or say anything against the memory of Paul Newman.
    I thank him for the memories:thumbsup:

    But I just think famous people get more "respect" and sympothy than the "ordinary" guy in the street, people seem to go over the top with emotions!!

    If given the choice and re-incarnation was offered, not a lot of people would turn down the hand Paul was dealt (hollywood millionaire living in beverly hills till the age of 83). I am sure he would be first to agree;-)

    tessb;3064675

    and then Vernon Kaye even publicly denied rumours of his own death.



    Did they believe him ?

    mrtootough;3068646

    Did they believe him ?


    or did they ask 100 people ?

    Banned

    R.I.P. Paul Newman.

    He was a hottie in his prime.
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