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Greatest 60's Movie Ever - Group 5

Greatest 60's Movie Ever - Group 5  

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  1. 1. Pick Your Favourite

    • The Producers
    • The Magnificent Seven
    • Kes
    • The Wild Bunch
    • Cool Hand Luke

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  • Poll closed on 06/05/21 at 11:37

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39 minutes ago, Stickman said:

Before we start this poll has anybody got the rules sorted out ? Like where is Butch and Sundance ? 

 

 

Currently walking group 4 mate 

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4 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Currently walking group 4 mate 

Phew thought it was left out for a minute as for my money it’s the greatest western and buddy movie ever ...

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5 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Are you not a fan?

He's OK, surprised to see Cool Hand Luke doing so well in this group. I would have expected only Ne Moe Imya and maybe two or three others going for it.

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10 minutes ago, SasaS said:

He's OK, surprised to see Cool Hand Luke doing so well in this group. I would have expected only Ne Moe Imya and maybe two or three others going for it.

Really? He was a great actor. 

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11 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

Really? He was a great actor. 

I meant the film, words you highlighted. Newman was OK. He was charismatic, one of the actors that have a proper screen presence, a star. 

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2 minutes ago, SasaS said:

I meant the film, words you highlighted. Newman was OK. He was charismatic, one of the actors that have a proper screen presence, a star. 

I remember seeing him interviewed by Barry Norman. As a daft little flippant question, Norman asked him whether  (given the fact that Redford was Mayor of Carmel) he would ever go into politics and might we see Butch & Sundance on the ticket. 

Instead of laughing it off, Newman thought for a moment and said "Well, they never killed anybody until they went straight,"

 

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30 minutes ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

I remember seeing him interviewed by Barry Norman. As a daft little flippant question, Norman asked him whether  (given the fact that Redford was Mayor of Carmel) he would ever go into politics and might we see Butch & Sundance on the ticket. 

Instead of laughing it off, Newman thought for a moment and said "Well, they never killed anybody until they went straight,"

 

Waddaguy!

You mean Eastwood (as the mayor).

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2 hours ago, SasaS said:

I meant the film, words you highlighted. Newman was OK. He was charismatic, one of the actors that have a proper screen presence, a star. 

You originally said “A lot of love for Paul Newman on here”.  My point is, it’s not surprising that a number of people are voting for Paul Newman films, given he was a great actor and made some brilliant films.

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1 hour ago, Tony Moanero said:

You originally said “A lot of love for Paul Newman on here”.  My point is, it’s not surprising that a number of people are voting for Paul Newman films, given he was a great actor and made some brilliant films.

Well, his films have a strong competition. So does he.

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