The process was not something I could live with comfortably. The character represented by Newman in this movie showed more depth of character and realism then any other he was in, and possibly any other movie then I have ever viewed. In , he made his feelings about showbiz bullshit abundantly clear in Robert Altman's Buffalo Bill And The Indians, a thinly veiled hatchet job on Hollywood delivered nearly two decades before The Player. In , Thoreau wrote in his journal about how he fell in love with Ellen Sewall , an year-old from Cape Cod. He's also one of the easiest people to work with.
Paul Newman's Gritty Loners, Moral Outlaws
The roads are littered with things that people have thrown away: Newman with a pool cue at the ready is as iconic as film images come. It is an awesome performance. Findley had a famous role six years later as Mr. Newman had the classic good looks of a movie star, but looked for more in a role than whatever the popular trend of the day was. Books In Pictures - the story of love and romance:
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BBC - Movies - review - The Hustler DVD
The Honeymooners became one of the most popular parts of the show and was expanded to a half-hour situation comedy in Somebody up there loves me -Great boxing drama 2. Scott to call him a born loser. That was the price he paid to be able to work, and there must be a shadow of that price in the compromises Fast Eddie is asked to make. There was nothing he couldn't do once he went to work on that pool table.
Sully hates his boss and flirts with his boss' wife and deals with his son and battles a banker with plans to upend his life. A wonderful hymn to the last true era when men of substance played pool with a vengeance. While Oscar voters don't hesitate to reward studs for directing, it's curious to note that none of those same director champs ever won for acting. Newman is better than usual; Gleason, as the slit-mouthed, beady-eyed Minnesota Fats, darts among the shabby little pool sharks like an improbably agile and natty whale; and Gambler Scott looks as though he could sell hot-air heat to the devil. Newman snagged his first Oscar for this, a pitch-perfect portrait of grizzled charm, street smarts and hidden depths.