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    doesn't do it at all for me...dunno why

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVZ View Post
    doesn't do it at all for me...dunno why
    Somehow I understand that. I think Bob photographs quite badly and I personally find him more attractive when I see him working. So perhaps you should rent and watch "Barefoot In The Park", "The Way We Were", "Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid", "The Three Days Of The Condor", "All The President's Men", "The Candidate" which are my fave prime Redford movies!
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    Totally agree. He looks better in films than he does in photographs.
    hes so handsome in The way we were....
    i find Paul Newman more beautiful though when he was at his prime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaShar View Post
    Totally agree. He looks better in films than he does in photographs.
    hes so handsome in The way we were....
    i find Paul Newman more beautiful though when he was at his prime.
    Absolutely! Especially in that photo you posted in another thread
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    ooh paul newman = gorgeous! even when he was bloated on all those eggs poor baby

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    Vital Stats and trivia:
    Born: Aug. 18, 1937
    Height: 5'9"
    Hair: Strawberry Blond
    Eyes: Blue
    Trademarks: aged badly/botched eye-job ambidextrous
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    My personal all-time fave of Redford:


    And yes, Brad Pitt can look a lot like him:

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    The year of release> 1973. The movie's title "The Sting".
    Originally Warren Beatty again (like before with Butch & Sundance)
    was approached to play the Hooker/Kelly part.
    Again, Warren declined citing that the movie would be too close to his
    1967 blockbuster, the legendary and revolutionary "Bonnie&Clyde" in
    material and period.
    Both movies play roughly around the same time.
    Both movies have a very strong role for the music> the bluegrass in
    "Bonnie" and the "ragtime" of "The Sting".
    So, again Redford was approached and again, he accepted. He was the
    first cast of the duo. Director George Roy Hill asked Paul Newman
    if he could rent his appartment, like he'd done before, to be close to the
    location set. Newman inquired what movie he was working on, to which
    Hill replied that it was another Redford vehicle. Newman asked to read
    the script, Hill asked if he would be interested to play the other part, even
    if it was the second banana part. After initial hesitance, Newman agreed,
    but only because Hill told him he'd be an ***** if he wouldn't take it.
    And so the actors who'd become friends during Butch & Sundance, were
    teamed up again for yet another legendary movie!







    Then a time-warp in the bonus material on the DVD. Filmed in 2005 a post
    botched PS, hardly recognizable, Robert Redford looks about a decade
    older than the ever charming, very lively and funny Paul Newman.
    Whether he was born in 1937, which I always thought, or 1936, Redford
    looks horrible for a 69 or 70 year old. His skin is like no one else's and the
    botched PS was just that> badly done and done way too late.

    So, we'll just enjoy them good old days in these "on location" stills.


    PS> HAD to put some shots in of Newman's incredibly, gorgeous blue eyes!
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    I think Bob's eyes have calmed down since the lift. I remember when R. Chamberlain had his face lift. Ooh, not good. Then about 6 months later he was being interviewed and he looked wonderful.

    No brush with greatness here. In the early 80's I was meeting my friend at a store. As I'm coming up the street she said YOU just missed Redford. She said he was very slender. Missed him by two minutes. I wouldn't have been able to it anyway. Sure, I miss RR, but around the same time I see Tom Cruise make out with Cher. Just my luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    I think Bob's eyes have calmed down since the lift. I remember when R. Chamberlain had his face lift. Ooh, not good. Then about 6 months later he was being interviewed and he looked wonderful.

    No brush with greatness here. In the early 80's I was meeting my friend at a store. As I'm coming up the street she said YOU just missed Redford. She said he was very slender. Missed him by two minutes. I wouldn't have been able to it anyway. Sure, I miss RR, but around the same time I see Tom Cruise make out with Cher. Just my luck.
    Well, I sure hope for Bob's sake that it straightened itself out a bit. I think he
    still looks like a bad PS victim, even years after he had it done, which is (for
    the first? time) around 2000. Granted, he aged like crap and looked extremely
    worn and tired when he finally DID have it done, but I think the texture of his skin makes it very difficult to have a successful, let alone "seamless" surgery that heals well and quickly.
    I was really shocked when I clicked on the bonus material. his eyes aren't the
    same size or shape and the rest of his face looks like it's melting off the skull!
    Seriously, it looks like a make-up effect from Dick Tracy!!!

    Aawww, you missed Bob by a hair! He is one of those stars, though, whose
    studio manufactured bio was old fashioned favorable to his vital statistics.
    Apparently, for whatever obscure reason, they altered his birth year by 1
    (1936 by 1937, which is pretty pointless if you ask me, but perhaps done
    because Hoffman, Beatty and Nicholson were all from 1937?), and in the
    beginning they had his official height at 6'0", while in reality in his prime
    he barely scraped 5'10" and is down to 5'9" now.

    An interesting bit of news I wasn't aware of> Tony Bill, the guy who played
    Johnny Pope, the commercial director Goldie Hawn's character ends up with in "Shampoo", was one of the producers of "The Sting"!!!!
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    mmm he look great in Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid

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    He definately was....although not doing soo bad now

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    Brad looks a lot liike him.. Ive always thought that.. love it!
    both are handsome men!

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    A few nice Redford clips, courtesy the fine posters of YouTube

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mk7AxmYn58

    YouTube - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)
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    He's so beautiful. I have to admit I love him in The Way We Were... SUCH a great soppy movie!
    Curiouser and curiouser...

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