Winning (1969) was a Sports - Action Film directed by James Goldstone and produced by John Foreman and Paul Newman.
INTERVIEW WITH ACADEMY-AWARD WINNING CHUCK WORKMAN ABOUT –SUPERSTAR: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol (1990)By Christy Putnam on Oct 24, 2019 From Christy Putnam
Finding Andy Warhol The Dallas Docufest hosted several films whose directors were in attendance at Angelika Film Center screenings on the weekend of October 4-6. Docufest artistic director Bart Weiss also secured a Dallas visit with Academy-Award Winning Director, Writer, and Editor Chuck Workman wh... Read full article
Congratulations to Jimmy Stewart in winning the 2016 Favorite Classic Movie Actor TourneyBy monty on Jul 30, 2016 From All Good Things
Well it's official...Jimmy Stewart is the Favorite Classic Movie Actor of 2016 after defeating William Powell 28-22. Jimmy joins the tourney's first winner Cary Grant and he pretty much dominated from the get go. His match with William Powell was his closest one. I like to thank John of Mythical Mon... Read full article
Top of the World: 20 Favourite Oscar Winning Performances by an ActorBy Virginie Pronovost on May 4, 2016 From The Wonderful World of Cinema
This week’s top is similar to last week’s one, but this time we’ll take a look at the Oscar Winning Performance by male performers. I couldn’t made up my mind on only 15 performances, so I went with 20 instead. Remember, this is a top list for the actors who DID won an Oscar.... Read full article
Top of the World: 15 Favourite Winning Oscar Performances by an ActressBy Virginie Pronovost on Apr 28, 2016 From The Wonderful World of Cinema
Are you ready for a new top list? I know you are! I’ve promised myself to come back with a new one every week and, so far, I haven’t really kept my promise… But I’m working on it! So, today, I present you my top 15 favourite Oscar winning performances by an actress (to those ... Read full article
Little Miss Sunshine: A Winning Script!By Virginie Pronovost on Feb 20, 2016 From The Wonderful World of Cinema
We’re already at week 3 of the 31 Days of Oscar Blogathon. Wow! Time is flying! This week theme’s is “The crafts”. Participants will explore stuff such as costumes, music, special effects cinematography, etc. On my side, as an ex-screenwriting student, I’ve decided to e... Read full article
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Charley: You celebrate, I celebrate, too.
Frank Capua: Oh, come on. You don't drink.
Charley: Hey, what kind of a put-down is that? I gotta start sometime. I'm sixteen.
Frank Capua: You wouldn't even like it.
Charley: How do you know unless you try?
Frank Capua: Take a sip.
[takes a sip]
Frank Capua: Oh, my God. Hey!
Charley: I'm gonna get drafted in two years!
Frank Capua: So you'll drink when you're drafted!
Charley: I won't know how.
Frank Capua: You'll know how.
Charley: What do you want me to do? Drink with strangers?
Frank Capua: If you get sick, don't say I didn't warn you.
Frank Capua: Salud.
Frank Capua: People stay married because they want to, not because the doors are locked.
Charley: Hey, Frank. You know what? What about a little sugar in his gas tank? That'll fix him. I read that in a magazine about how the saboteurs work.
Charley: You think I'm drunk?
Frank Capua: I don't need any sugar in his gas tank 'cause I'm gonna beat that son-of-a-bitch anyway!
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This was originally to have been a low-budget, made-for-TV movie. However, Paul Newman, who had just caught the "racing bug", heard about it, decided it was the kind of movie he wanted to do, and it was soon elevated to a big-budget "A"-list feature film.
The crash sequence at the beginning of the Indianapolis 500 was from the 1966 race. In this sequence, A.J. Foyt can be seen climbing over the first turn fence to escape the crash site.
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