Robert Redford & Movies

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Robert Redford & Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, - the first Paul Newman film that I ever saw. My Grandma then told me about meeting Paul Newman on a beach in America, and how lovely he was, and I have adored him ever since. Sundance Kid, I Movie, Movie Stars, Buddy Movie, Paul Newman Robert Redford, Paul Newman Young, A Well Traveled Woman, Cinema Tv, Kino Film

Man Crush Monday: Robert Redford

Hey there princess! Charles Robert Redford, Jr (born August 18, 1936) is an All-American actor, film director, producer, businessman, environmentalist, philanthropist, and founder of the Sundance Film Festival. He is also the winner of two oscars, and in 2010, he was awarded French Knighthood. Talk about an overachiever! Though his resume seems stellar, Redford wasn't always the confident, charismatic person that he is today. He says that he struggled in school after his mother's death, but…

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The Young Robert Redford

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Robert Redford in The Way We Were. "I did that film just so I could kiss Robert Redford. Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood, Faye Dunaway, Sundance Kid, Pretty People, Beautiful People, Actrices Sexy, Errol Flynn

Robert Redford in “Three Days of the Condor” (1975)

This must be on the set, because Redford’s character, Joe Turner, does not smile in the movie—not after all his coworkers and several of his closest friends are killed in connection with a rogue CIA operation. “What if there’s another CIA . . . inside the CIA?” Turner asks Kathy (Faye Dunaway).

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