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Mr. Newman

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blackbird said…
See http://blackbird17.blogspot.com/2005/06/mr-newman.html
for our memories and read the comments there too...
MsCellania said…
A class act to the very end.
smalltownmom said…
Nice memories...and a personal connection to a great actor and a real man in the best sense of the word.
I think there will be many people touched by his loss.
Beautiful picture. Thanks for posting it.
Did you catch CBS Sunday Morning?
Nice Paul Newman story. I think some of young Hollywood today could learn a lesson about being famous and successful while remaining classy.
Badger said…
I lurved him. I had to break the news to my mom and she was heartbroken.
Dani said…
The entertainment world was lucky to have been graced with his presence for so many years.
Anonymous said…
He was a gentleman, the ultimate professional, unassuming and someone you could have a beer with. The world is better because of him.

K
Rebecca said…
i know. sigh.
Anonymous said…
I am so sad. Always loved and appreciated the great man he was.
K, you were lucky to have had the honor of working with him.
Paola
Scot said…
Awwwwww.....:(
kt said…
Just so glad her was here and we got to know about him. What a great example of how to be human.
Bellezza said…
It made me want to watch Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid MANY, many times. In one afternoon.
He was a beautiful man, indeed. His wife, Joanne Woodward, graduated from my high school and I had the opportunity to see her when she returned for the 100th year celebration in 1988.

Few people will leave this world making as positive of a mark on humanity as Paul Newman. He's an inspiration for all on how live a kind and good life.
Jojanna said…
The lighting and the white built-in shelving made me think for a second that this photo was taken at your house.
Now I am just fantasizing about what you did to make him smile like that!!

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