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    Paul Newman a Life

    It was interesting to learn about the man who was very generous to charities, but not always generous with his family time, especially in his younger years. He was aloof with his fans, which could behave very poorly, like a riot mob, so that was somewhat understandable. I found it very interesting and I'd like to see some of those old movies again. He struck me as very self centered and always put himself and his craft, first above his family and their needs. He was fortunate to have Joanne Woodward in his life. She supported him and his antics at her own expense. Not many women would stand behind a man like this. I say stand behind, because she didn't always have the opportunity to stand beside him. He was not very mature. Any way you look at it; he was a very talented man, who did not really become a 'man' until after his son Scott passed away. What a terrible loss to have to bear. Hopefully they are together in loving peace now.

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