Robert Redford and Paul Newman take a smoke break on the set of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid .
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward
oh my dog, i don’t even know who i envy more !
“It’s really sort of a sore spot because we live in what I call an age of conformity, where you have to travel with the herd. If you don’t travel with the herd and if you don’t say yes to that little man who’s leading the pack, you’re branded as a rebel. I am trying desperately - I hope - to be an individual. I think there’s quite a bit of difference. Actually, I can’t stand them, they drive me out of my mind. The rebels. I see them at parties and they sit in corners looking terrible sensitive and introverted, and yet my feeling is they’re just as mediocre as the people they despise who are the conformists. Their answers are always pre-determined, the rebel always has to say no to everything society asks of him just as the conformist always has to say yes.” - Paul Newman, on being labelled a rebel
Paul Newman and Anthony Perkins in Paris, 1960.
Joanne Woodward baking sweet rolls, Paul Newman making eggs, Anthony Perkins dancing