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Cool Hand Luke (1967). Stuart Rosenberg  Cinematography: Conrad Hall #Oscars #Platinum #SableFilms

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Behind-The-Scenes Facts From The Hit Movie Cool Hand Luke | Page 11 of 36 | - Icepop

Over 50 years ago, actor and philanthropist Paul Newman introduced the world to one of the greatest characters in American cinema, Lucas “Luke” Jackson, in the now-classic movie Cool Hand Luke, based on the book by the same name. After a night of drunken rampaging, Luke is sentenced to two years hard labor in a Florida chain gang. He undergoes physical and mental anguish during his time in prison but somehow finds the courage to persevere through the good and the bad alike, finding his place…

Cool Hand Luke (1967)

Paul Newman, George Kennedy, Marc Cavell, and Morgan Woodward in Cool Hand Luke (1967)

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Cool Hand Luke

Paul Newman, George Kennedy, Harry Dean Stanton, Anthony Zerbe, Lou Antonio, J.D. Cannon, Richard Davalos, Norman Goodwins, Chuck Hicks, and Ralph Waite in Cool Hand Luke (1967)

Cool Hand Luke - my very first date was to a movie classics festival showing of this movie. Fond memories :) And of course I looooove Paul Newman

Paul Newman mastered the chambray work shirt more than 40 years ago--and he did it while working in a prison camp. Now that chambray has fully invaded, learn how to wear it by watching an originator

BSI-077: Cool Hand Luke Meets Attics

An edited version of this Insight first appeared in the ASHRAE Journal. In what is turning out to be an unfortunate turn of phrase the terms “unvented attics” and “unvented roofs” have entered the lexicon. A lot of the blame for that goes to me and for that I am sorry. The “right” terms should have been “conditioned attics” and “conditioned roofs".