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The Sting (Letterboxed Version) VHS
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Hollywood's Leading Men: Boxed Set VHS
In this seven-tape set, you'll get the inside scoop on the lives and careers of Hollywood favorites Sean Connery, Kirk Douglas, Cary Grant, Paul Newman, Robert Redford, James Stewart, and John Wayne. 210 min. total.

The Paul Newman Collection VHS
The great Paul Newman is featured in three films in this collection: "Harper," "The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean" and "Cool Hand Luke."

Cool Hand Luke (Letterboxed Version) VHS
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Message In A Bottle (Letterboxed Version) VHS
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Biography: Paul Newman: Hollywood's Charming Rebel VHS

The Silver Chalice(1954) VHS
In his film debut, Paul Newman portrays Basil the Defender, a Greek artisan who creates the cup used at the Last Supper. Sprawling costume epic centered around the birth of Christianity also stars Jack Palance, Pier Angeli, Virginia Mayo and E.G. Marshall. 144 min.

Playwrights '56: The Battler(1956) VHS
A young Paul Newman stars in this exceptional drama, directed by Arthur Penn and based on a story by Ernest Hemingway, about a young man who goes "on the bum," encountering a number of strange characters, including a crooked truck driver, a cruel cafe owner and a crazed boxer. With Phyllis Kirk, Dewey Martin. 60 min.

Somebody Up There Likes Me(1956) VHS
Robert Wise's biodrama of middleweight boxing champ Rocky Graziano won two Oscars. In his third film role (and the one that made him a star), Paul Newman plays the New York street kid who escapes a life of petty crime to become a sports legend. With Pier Angeli, Everett Sloane, Sal Mineo and Steve McQueen (in his film debut). 113 min.

Bang The Drum Slowly(1956) VHS
A touching ballpark drama starring Paul Newman, Albert Salmi and George Peppard about the friendship between a catcher dying of Hodgkin's disease and his team's star pitcher. "The U.S. Steel Hour" aired this teleplay of Mark Harris' novel two decades before it became a movie with Robert De Niro. 60 min.

Until They Sail(1957) VHS
Emotional drama set in WWII New Zealand follows the lives of four sisters whose men have gone to war. Jean Simmons, Joan Fontaine, Piper Laurie and Sandra Dee are the women dealing with loneliness, death and American soldiers (played by Paul Newman, Charles Drake and Wally Cassell). Directed by Robert Wise. 95 min.

The Long, Hot Summer(1958) VHS
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward first met while making this adaptation of several William Faulkner stories. Newman is the wanderer who takes a job on patriarch Orson Welles' spread and attracts the attention of Welles' daughter, Woodward. Sprawling drama of love in the Deep South also stars Anthony Franciosa, Angela Lansbury, Lee Remick. 116 min.

Cat On A Hot Tin Roof(1958) VHS
Tennessee Williams' scorching tale of heated tempers and eroticism in the deep South. Burl Ives is Big Daddy, Paul Newman is his boozing son, and Elizabeth Taylor is Maggie the Cat, whose bed she no longer shares with her husband. 108 min.

The Left-Handed Gun(1958) VHS
Director Arthur Penn's first feature is a compelling and unflinching look at the life of Billy the Kid. Paul Newman portrays the notorious outlaw as an uneducated misfit who finds himself trapped in his role. With Hurd Hatfield, Lita Milan. 102 min.

The Young Philadelphians(1959) VHS
Ambitious lawyer Paul Newman schemes his way up the ladder, seducing his boss's wife along the way, but when he tries to defend a war buddy accused of murder his own dark past comes back to haunt him. Finely staged melodrama also stars Barbara Rush, Robert Vaughn, Alexis Smith. 136 min.

The Helen Morgan Story(1959) VHS
The colorful life of sultry singer Helen Morgan is depicted in this splashy biography featuring Ann Blyth in the title role and Paul Newman as a bootlegging promoter who helps Morgan's career. The film follows the songstress's rise to stardom, as well as her romantic and drinking problems. Richard Carlson, Alan King and Gene Evans co-star. 118 min.

From The Terrace(1960) VHS
Superb adaptation of John O'Hara's novel stars Paul Newman as a young businessman whose relentless pursuit of corporate and social success forces him to remain in a loveless marriage, despite his love for another woman. Co-stars Joanne Woodward, Ina Balin, Myrna Loy and George Grizzard. 144 min.

Exodus(1960) VHS
Director Otto Preminger's sprawling saga about the 1947 Palestinian war for Israel's independence features an all-star cast that includes Paul Newman as a fiery resistance leader, Eva Marie Saint as an army nurse, Ralph Richardson and Peter Lawford as British officers and Sal Mineo as a radical freedom fighter. With John Derek, Lee J. Cobb; scripted by Dalton Trumbo from Leon Uris' novel. 208 min.

The Hustler(1961) VHS
Director Robert Rossen's brilliant character study features Paul Newman's passionate portrayal of "Fast Eddie" Felson, a hustling pool shark who drifts across the country playing in seedy pool halls and whose obsession to dethrone table legend "Minnesota Fats" (Jackie Gleason) could bring about his own downfall. Co-stars Piper Laurie, George C. Scott, Myron McCormick. 139 min.

Paris Blues(1961) VHS
The jazz scene in Paris after World War II is the setting for Martin Ritt's drama starring Paul Newman and Sidney Poitier as Americans living abroad for different reasons. Newman has immersed himself in music, while Poitier has fled the prejudices of the U.S. When two women enter their lives (Joanne Woodward, Diahann Carroll), they have to make some tough decisions. Louis Armstrong also stars. 98 min.

Sweet Bird Of Youth(1962) VHS
Powerful rendering of the Tennessee Williams classic stars Paul Newman as a young wastrel returning to a hometown where he isn't wanted with fading screen star Geraldine Page in tow. Fine supporting turns from Rip Torn, Shirley Knight and Oscar-winner Ed Begley under Richard Brooks' direction. 120 min.

Hud(1963) VHS
A powerful, emotionally charged drama with Paul Newman as the ill-disposed and irresponsible son of Texas rancher Melvyn Douglas, caught between the traditional ideals of his father and the lack of principles in the New West. Oscars went to Douglas, Patricia Neal and cinematographer James Wong Howe; directed by Martin Ritt. 112 min.

A New Kind Of Love(1963) VHS
Lavish romantic yarn with Paul Newman as an American reporter covering a Paris fashion show who meets and falls in love with a frumpy fashion buyer (Joanne Woodward) who's looking for a romantic fling. Maurice Chevalier, Thelma Ritter, Eva Gabor also star in the frothy proceedings. 110 min.

The Prize(1963) VHS
While in Sweden to accept the Nobel Peace Prize, an alcoholic writer (Paul Newman) learns of a plot involving the kidnapping of a physicist by Russian intelligence. The writer soon discovers that an impostor has taken the physicist's place, and he must fend off Communist agents to find the real man. Edward G. Robinson, Elke Sommer and Diane Baker also star. 136 min.

The Outrage(1964) VHS
Based on Akira Kurosawa's "Rashomon," this western drama stars Paul Newman as a Mexican outlaw waiting to die for killing a man and raping his wife. Three witnesses to the crime--con artist Edward G. Robinson, preacher William Shatner and prospector Howard Da Silva--tell different versions of what happened, but who can be believed? Laurence Harvey co-stars. 97 min.

Lady L(1965) VHS
Victorian era comedy starring Sophia Loren as a laundress desired by British lord David Niven while married to chauffeur Paul Newman. Sexy Loren becomes Niven's mistress while husband Newman, a closet anarchist, spends his time planning a revolution. Peter Ustinov directs. 107 min.

Torn Curtain(1966) VHS
Alfred Hitchcock's tale of international intrigue involves a world-famous scientist who may (or may not) be defecting to East Berlin. Paul Newman, Julie Andrews, Lila Kedrova. 125 min.

Harper(1966) VHS
Paul Newman plays Ross MacDonald's cool private eye Lew Harper (renamed from the books' Lew Archer because of Newman's success with "H"-titled films), hired to locate wealthy Lauren Bacall's missing husband and finding a complex and deadly string of suspects. Shelley Winters, Julie Harris, Arthur Hill and Pamela Tiffin also star. 121 min.

Hombre(1967) VHS
A trip by stagecoach across Arizona brings together a disparate group of passengers, including a corrupt Indian agent (Fredric March), his wife (Barbara Rush), a working girl (Diane Cilento) and a white man (Paul Newman) raised by Apaches, who reluctantly saves them from a band of outlaws. With Richard Boone, Martin Balsam; directed by Martin Ritt. 111 min.

Cool Hand Luke(1967) VHS
Paul Newman is Lucas Jackson, a man sentenced to serve hard time in a tough chain gang in the South. What he finds there are sadistic wardens, egg-eating contests and a definite "failure to communicate." George Kennedy (in his Oscar-winning role), Strother Martin, Harry Dean Stanton, Dennis Hopper co-star. 126 min.

The Secret War Of Harry Frigg(1968) VHS
Lively military comedy set during World War II and featuring Paul Newman as a goofball private enlisted to rescue five Allied general captured by Italians and the Nazis and being held in an Italian villa. Newman poses as a general to carry out his mission and gets some help from a gorgeous Countess in completing his assignment. With Sylva Koscina, Tom Bosely, Buck Henry and Norman Fell. 123 min.

Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid(1969) VHS
One of the most successful and entertaining Westerns of all time chronicles the hair-raising adventures of outlaws Butch (Paul Newman) and Sundance (Robert Redford) as they hold up banks on both sides of the border while being pursued by a super-posse of lawmen. Katharine Ross co-stars in George Roy Hill's effort from William Goldman's Oscar-winning script. With outtakes and celebrity interviews. 112 min.

Sometimes A Great Notion(1971) VHS
Paul Newman (who also directed) is the oldest son of an Oregon logging family headed by patriarch Henry Fonda. When younger hippie son Michael Sarrazin returns to work in the business, friction between him and Newman and Fonda threaten to tear apart the family as they find themselves battling union loggers in the area. Lee Remick, Richard Jaeckel also star in this adaptation of Ken Kesey's novel. AKA: "Never Give an Inch."

The Life And Times Of Judge Roy Bean(1972) VHS
John Huston's flavorful western stars Paul Newman as the legendary, self-appointed "Law West of the Pecos," a one-time wanted man who arrives in the town of Vinegaroon, Texas, takes over as its judge and dispenses his own brand of justice. The great supporting cast Jacqueline Bisset, Victoria Principal, Stacy Keach, Anthony Perkins, and Ava Gardner as Lily Langtry. 123 min.

Pocket Money(1972) VHS
In order to get out of debt, easy-going cowpoke Paul Newman and hard-drinking pardner Lee Marvin tackle the job of moving 200 steer from Mexico to the U.S. for a nasty businessman. Their odyssey includes a visit to jail, swindling and a clash with their employer. Strother Martin, Wayne Rogers and Hector Elizondo co-star in this modern-day western. 100 min.

The Sting(1973) VHS
Paul Newman is a con artist in '30s Chicago who teams with young swindler Robert Redford to dupe big-time crook Robert Shaw in an elaborate fake betting parlor scheme. Charismatic star turns, Scott Joplin's ragtime music, and a twist ending make this winner of seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, a classic! Co-stars Harold Gould, Charles Durning, Ray Walston, Eileen Brennan; directed by George Roy Hill. 129 min.

The Mackintosh Man(1973) VHS
Thrilling espionage yarn stars Paul Newman as a British agent sent to expose a Communist infiltrator. Double agents, action and crafty direction from John Huston. James Mason, Dominique Sanda. 98 min.

The Towering Inferno(1974) VHS
The grand opening gala for the world's tallest skyscraper becomes a fiery hell when a massive blaze traps the guests on the top floors. Producer Irwin Allen's Oscar-winning thriller boasts an all-star cast that includes Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Jennifer Jones and Fred Astaire. 165 min.

The Drowning Pool(1975) VHS
Returning to the role of private detective Lew Harper, Paul Newman is called to New Orleans to find out who's been blackmailing an ex-girlfriend, wealthy oil heiress Joanne Woodward. Fast-paced thriller also stars Tony Franciosa, Murray Hamilton. 108 min.

Buffalo Bill And The Indians, Or Sitting Bull's History Lesson(1976) VHS
More than one myth about the "winning of the West" is deflated in director Robert Altman's satiric historical drama that stars Paul Newman as the flamboyant Buffalo Bill Cody, frontier marksman-turned-"Wild West Show" pitchman. With Joel Grey, Harvey Keitel, Burt Lancaster, and Geraldine Chaplin as Annie Oakley; scripted by Alan Rudolph. 123 min.

Silent Movie(1976) VHS
Manic Mel Brooks is a movie mogul on the skids when he gets a brainstorm: make a modern silent comedy! The only noise you'll hear is laughter when sidekicks Marty Feldman and Dom DeLuise join Mel to sign up stars like Paul Newman, Burt Reynolds, Liza Minnelli and Marcel Marceau for the film. 86 min.

Slap Shot(1977) VHS
The Charlestown Chiefs are a minor league hockey team going nowhere in the standings and with the fans, until a trio of psychotic brothers joins them and transforms them into the Wild Bunch on ice. Paul Newman and Michael Ontkean star in this ribald and uproarious film. 122 min.

Quintet(1979) VHS
Robert Altman's masterful vision of an apocalyptic ``ice city'' where the remnants of mankind play a game with stakes of life and death. Paul Newman, Bibi Andersson, Nina Van Pallandt star in this stark, fascinating look at survival. 119 min.

When Time Ran Out(1980) VHS
An all-star epic of disaster and survival which finds a volcano and a tidal wave threatening a lush tropical island. Paul Newman, Jacqueline Bisset, William Holden and Ernest Borgnine star in this Irwin Allen production. 144 min.

Absence Of Malice(1981) VHS
Timely, powerful drama questions the power of the contemporary press. A businessman unknowingly becomes the subject of a criminal investigation thanks to a story written by a feisty reporter. Fine acting by Paul Newman, Sally Field, Melinda Dillon. 116 min.

Fort Apache, The Bronx(1981) VHS
A controversial, grittily realistic depiction of life among cops in one of New York's toughest precincts, with Paul Newman as a beat cop who must buck the system when he learns that a fellow officer has killed an innocent street kid. Ed Asner, Danny Aiello, Ken Wahl, Pam Grier also star. 125 min.

The Verdict(1982) VHS
Paul Newman turns in a powerful performance as a broken-down, bottle-hitting attorney who is given a chance to redeem himself when he is handed a case of medical malpractice after a pregnant woman lapses into a coma while giving birth. He faces strong opposition from powerful lawyer James Mason, who's heading the defense for the hospital. Jack Warden, Charlotte Rampling, Lindsay Crouse co-star; Sidney Lumet directs. 129 min.

Harry And Son(1984) VHS
Paul Newman wrote, directed, and stars in this heart-tugging tale filled with comedy, warmth and drama. He's an aging construction worker coming to terms with his easy-going son, played by Robby Benson. With Ellen Barkin, Joanne Woodward. 117 min.

The Color Of Money(1986) VHS
In his Oscar-winning performance, Paul Newman returns as pool hall hustler "Fast Eddie" Felson, lured back to the table when he serves as mentor to cocky young cue whiz Tom Cruise. Captivating film for all ages, directed by Martin Scorsese, co-stars Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. 119 min.

Fat Man And Little Boy(1989) VHS
A stirring historical drama starring Paul Newman as General Leslie R. Groves, the man who oversaw the building of the world's first atomic bomb in New Mexico in 1942. Dwight Schultz, John Cusack, Laura Dern and Bonnie Bedelia co-star; directed by Roland Joffe ("The Killing Fields"). 126 min.

Blaze(1989) VHS
Paul Newman pulls out all the stops in his hilarious, energetic performance as Earl K. Long, the wily Louisiana governor whose whirlwind romance with stripper Blaze Starr caused a sensation in the 1950s. Lolita Davidovich adds sexual sparks as Blaze in this seriocomedy directed by Ron Shelton ("Bull Durham"). With Jerry Hardin, Robert Wuhl. 117 min. NOTE: This Title Is Out Of Print; Limit One Per Customer.

John Huston: The Man, The Movies, The Maverick(1989) VHS
Award-winning, affectionate look back at the life and films of one of Hollywood's most accomplished directors and unforgettable characters. Robert Mitchum hosts this unique tribute and is joined by Anjelica Huston, Paul Newman, Lauren Bacall and Michael Caine.

Mr. And Mrs. Bridge(1990) VHS
Set in Kansas City in the late 1930s, this acclaimed drama stars Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward as an upper-crust couple who begin questioning their stodgy lifestyle after their friends and children introduce them to new ways of thinking. Kyra Sedgwick, Robert Sean Leonard and Blythe Danner also star in James Ivory's affecting, exquisitely-rendered tale. 127 min.

Nobody's Fool(1994) VHS
Wonderfully realized drama of life in a small New York town features Paul Newman as Sully, a feisty ex-construction worker and village ne'er-do-well who is forced to confront the emptiness of his life during a visit from his estranged son. Jessica Tandy, Melanie Griffith, Dylan Walsh, Gene Saks and an unbilled Bruce Willis also star. 110 min.

The Hudsucker Proxy(1994) VHS
In the Coen Brothers' dazzling pastiche of 1940s comedies a la Frank Capra and Preston Sturges, Tim Robbins plays a nerdy mail clerk enlisted by shifty corporate executive Paul Newman to lead Hudsucker Industries to disaster. Instead, Robbins invents the hula hoop and the company's fortunes rise. Jennifer Jason Leigh is the spitfire reporter for whom Robbins falls. 112 min.

Super Speedway(1997) VHS
First seen in IMAX theatres, this death-defying documentary puts you in the driver's seat for a 200-plus-mph experience. Along with visits to some of the world's top tracks, you'll also see Mario and Michael Andretti put together a state-of-the-art car for Michael to drive at the PPG CART World Series. Paul Newman narrates. 97 min.

Twilight(1998) VHS
Retired private investigator Paul Newman reluctantly agrees to assist his two movie star friends Susan Sarandon and Gene Hackman when they are blackmailed by someone from their past. However, as he gets entangled in a complicated and lethal murder plot, Newman's own past may come back to haunt him. Director Robert Benton's moody whodunit also stars James Garner, Reese Witherspoon. 96 min.

Message In A Bottle(1999) VHS
Sensitive romantic story adapted from the popular novel stars Robin Wright Penn as a divorced Chicago newspaper researcher who finds a bottle containing a moving love letter on a Cape Cod beach. She tracks it to Kevin Costner, a lonely North Carolina boat mender and widower, and the two eventually begin a tentative relationship. Paul Newman co-stars as Costner's cantankerous father. 131 min.

Where The Money Is(2000) VHS
Paul Newman is an aging bank robber who checks into a nursing home after having a stroke. Nurse Linda Fiorentino doesn't buy his claim, believing Newman is faking his condition to get out of prison. Wise to his ways, she enlists him to show her the tricks of his trade, then join her and husband Dermot Mulroney in a daring robbery. 89 min.

Slap Shot: 25th Anniversary Special Edition [DVD] DVD
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof [DVD](1958) DVD
The Hustler [DVD](1961) DVD
Cool Hand Luke [DVD](1967) DVD
Hombre [DVD](1967) DVD
Winning [DVD](1969) DVD
The Sting [DVD](1973) DVD
The Towering Inferno [DVD](1974) DVD
Slap Shot [DVD](1977) DVD
Absence Of Malice [DVD](1981) DVD
The Verdict [DVD](1982) DVD
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