A Tribute to Paul Newman

Screen legend Paul Newman died Friday at the age of 83.  Tributes refer to Newman as a passionate, intellectual actor, humanitarian and nonprofit entrepreneur.  His Newman’s Own products have generated over $220 million in donations to various charities.  The New York Times has a number of essays and slide shows remembering the life and work of Paul Newman.

In addition to the complete list of titles the library owns, here’s a list of some of Newman’s most famous films:

 

 

 Cat on Hot Tin Roof

book jacket  Exodus

 

 

 Cool Hand Luke

 

 

 The Color of Money

 – Lisa

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4 responses to “A Tribute to Paul Newman

  1. it’s hard not to admire Paul Newman for putting his money to work in such productive ways… his Newman’s Own line is high quality stuff and the proceeds go to good causes too, it’s a win-win

  2. Indeed. He was quite the class act, on top of all his other good qualities…

    LAV

  3. Paul Newman is a legend for his work in movies, and he’s a stud for all his work outside of movies

  4. Interesting pov! PS: As a coffee addict, I have to congratulate on that blog you’ve got there. Have mercy…

    LAV

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