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PAUL NEWMAN - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CIRCA 1957 - HFSID 28259

PAUL NEWMAN Black and white 3½x3½ candid shot of Paul Newman resting on a front porch during the filming of The Long Hot Summer Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Bobby -/With best wishes -/Paul Newman". B/w, 3½x3½. Candid snapshot, circa 1957.

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PAUL NEWMAN Black and white 3½x3½ candid shot of Paul Newman resting on a front porch during the filming of The Long Hot Summer Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Bobby -/With best wishes -/Paul Newman". B/w, 3½x3½. Candid snapshot, circa 1957. This photograph was taken during the filming of Newman's 1958 film The Long Hot Summer. The photographer was Bobby J. Williamson, the chauffer for Newman and his co-stars (Joanne Woodward, Lee Remick and Anthony Franciosa) while they were doing location shots in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In the year this photograph was taken, Newman appeared in two feature films: The Helen Morgan Story and Until They Sail. Nominated for eight Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role, Paul Newman (1925-2008) is considered one of greatest of performers of all time.. He won the Best Actor Oscar for his work portraying Fast Eddie Felson in The Color of Money (1986); he earned a nomination for portraying that same character 25 years earlier in The Hustler. Other Oscar-nominated performances include Brick Pollitt in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), Luke Jackson in Cool Hand Luke (1967), and John Rooney in Road to Perdition (2002). Newman is also known for his philanthropic endeavors, including the food product line Newman's Own, which donates all post-tax proceeds to charity. Lightly creased at blank margins. Slightly stained at lower right blank edge. Otherwise, fine condition.

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