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Sometimes a Great Notion (1970) was a Film directed by Paul Newman and produced by John Foreman and Paul Newman.

Academy Awards 1971 --- Ceremony Number 44 (source: AMPAS)

Best Supporting ActorRichard JaeckelNominated

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Sometimes a Great Notion (1971, Paul Newman)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 31, 2018 From The Stop Button

Sometimes a Great Notion is all about the joys of toxic masculinity and apathy. At some points in the near two hour runtime, it might hint at being about the virtues of rugged American individualism, family, and maybe capitalism, but it?s not. Screenwriter John Gay avoids exploring those virtues lik... Read full article

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Best Supporting Actor Oscar 1971

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Also released in 1970

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