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Steve McQueen, 1960s

adefaultsmile:

Steve McQueen, 1960s

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1963:  While on location in Bay City, Texas, Lee Remick and Steve McQueen visit the local five-and-dime store.  When Steve got off the “horse” he said, “I never could trust a horse.”

1963:  While on location in Bay City, Texas, Lee Remick and Steve McQueen visit the local five-and-dime store.  When Steve got off the “horse” he said, “I never could trust a horse.”

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Steve McQueen photographed by William Claxton, 1963.

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Director Robert Mulligan, Natalie Wood and Steve McQueen on location in New York for the filming of Love With the Proper Stranger, 1963.



thelittlefreakazoidthatcould:

Director Peter Yates and Steve McQueen photographed by Barry Feinstein, on the set of Bullitt, 1968.

Steve is a marvelous actor. He said to me on one or two occasions, ‘Don’t give me too much dialogue.’ But, of course, he dealt very well with dialogue. His reactions, his eye movements, are just extraordinary. Just watch his eyes." —Peter Yates



Steve McQueen and Jacqueline Bisset photographed by Barry Feinstein on the set of Bullitt, 1968.




Steve McQueen, c. 1960s

Steve McQueen, c. 1960s



I’m not a studied actor. You’ve got to be prepared to be rejected five times a day. That’s where the importance of family comes in." —Steve McQueen



Steve McQueen and director Peter Yates on the set of Bullitt, 1968.

photo by Barry Feinstein



Steve was terribly needy, with a raw, helpless kind of need. All he wanted to do was to be able to look at himself and say, That’s somebody." —Peggy Feury, on Steve McQueen