Steve McQueen

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    • Screen Legends- Steve McQueen

      IF this works? you should see my studio press release photo of Steve McQueen in: Wanted: Dead or Alive.
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    • Re: My first attempt at posting a photo from one of my CDs--War and Western images.

      HEYYYYYYYYY, it worked. However, I only intended to post the Steve McQueen stuff but, thats Ok, you got 5 for one attempt.

      The first two show Steve McQueen in Wanted Dead or Alive as well as the newsticker attached to it. The next is Steve McQueen in: Hell Is For Heroes along with the newsticker and the last one is my one and only from: Gunga Din.

      Hey Keith, if you see these? please post them in their appropriate movies and TV series threads. Ill start posting more as time goes on and will give info on them at the same time. Tomorrow I migh post my 2 images and actors prints from: Battleground, the certificate of authenticity for the Battleground Thompson Familly Archive photo purchase I made last year from actor Marshall Thompsons Daughter-Janet, and my two images from the Ronald Reagan Korean War War Movie classic: Prisoner of War.
      Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..
    • Re: My first attempt at posting a photo from one of my CDs--War and Western images.

      The Ringo Kid wrote:

      HEYYYYYYYYY, it worked. However, I only intended to post the Steve McQueen stuff but, thats Ok, you got 5 for one attempt.

      The first two show Steve McQueen in Wanted Dead or Alive as well as the newsticker attached to it. The next is Steve McQueen in: Hell Is For Heroes along with the newsticker and the last one is my one and only from: Gunga Din.

      Hey Keith, if you see these? please post them in their appropriate movies and TV series threads. Ill start posting more as time goes on and will give info on them at the same time. Tomorrow I migh post my 2 images and actors prints from: Battleground, the certificate of authenticity for the Battleground Thompson Familly Archive photo purchase I made last year from actor Marshall Thompsons Daughter-Janet, and my two images from the Ronald Reagan Korean War War Movie classic: Prisoner of War.


      Hi Carl, I copied over the McQueen ones, for you
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England
    • Re: My first attempt at posting a photo from one of my CDs--War and Western images.

      ethanedwards wrote:

      Hi Carl, I copied over the McQueen ones, for you



      Thank you Keith, were you able to rescue the other pictures too? Just wondering ;-))
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    • Re: Screen Legends- Steve McQueen

      One of the contributers to this forum, JuniorMike, has co-authored a new book "Steve McQueen - the Actor and his Films" which is on sale at Amazon.
      The book is a massive coffee table volume and filled with rare movie scene stills and candid images. It is very well researched and richly detailed.
      Mike is probably reluctant to tout his own handiwork, but I've got my copy of this and have spent many hours with my nose stuck in it since Christmas.
      Extremely well done and recommended.


      We deal in lead, friend.
    • Re: Screen Legends- Steve McQueen

      Didn't mean to mislead you all. I think McQueen's finest performances - and films as a whole - may be "Junior Bonner" and
      "Sand Pebbles" - but I wouldn't recommend them first to a newcomer. I was just trying to highlight the films where Steve came across as most commanding in his physical use of props; his signature anti-authority persona; and where he competed with other good actors and stole the spotlight. "Hell is for Heroes" fits that criteria, but to a lesser extent. Seven and Escape are the two that led to his superstardom.
      He didn't always hit it out of the park. I'd rather watch Duke in "The Conqueror" than Steve in "Enemy of the People" again.


      We deal in lead, friend.