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1. The Hunter (1980)
2. Tom Horn (1980)
3. An Enemy of the People (1978)
4. Dixie Dynamite (1976)
5. The Towering Inferno (1974)
6. Papillon (1973)
7. The Getaway (1972)
8. Junior Bonner (1972)
9. On Any Sunday (1971)
10. Le Mans (1971)
11. The Reivers (1969)
12. Bullitt (1968)
13. The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)
14. The Sand Pebbles (1966)
15. Nevada Smith (1966)
16. The Cincinnati Kid (1965)
17. Baby The Rain Must Fall(1965)
18. Love With The Proper Stranger (1963)
19. Soldier In The Rain (1963)
20. The Great Escape (1963)
21. The War Lover (1962)
22. Hell Is For Heroes (1962)
23. The Honeymoon Machine (1961)
24. The Magnificent Seven (1960)
25. Never So Few (1959)
26. The Great St.Louis Bank Robbery (1959)
27. The Blob (1958)
28. Never Love A Stranger (1958)
29. Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)
30. Girl On The Run (1953)

1. Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1959&60)
2. Wanted: Dead or Alive (1958-61)
3. Trackdown (1958)
4. Tales of Wells Fargo (1958)
5. Climax! (1958)
6. The 20th Century-Fox Hour (1957)
7. West Point (1957)
8. Studio One (1957) TV
9. The United States Steel Hour (1956)
10. Goodyear Television Playhouse (1955)

Somebody Up There Likes Me

The best available homevideo format is DVD, packaged as part of The Paul Newman Collection.
DVD aspect ratio unconfirmed. The Original Aspect Ratio of the film is 1.75:1.
Directed by Robert Wise, who would later direct Steve in The Sand Pebbles.

Somebody Up There Likes Me is a biopic of the early years of real life World Middleweight Champion Boxer Rocky Graziano.

Paul Newman stars as Graziano, and Pier Angeli plays his wife Norma Graziano.

Steve McQueen's debut film
Steve as Fidel (wielding a knife)

Screencap provided by Daniel Smague.
This was Steve's first acting role in a big screen film (apart from Girl On The Run , in which he was simply a background extra). He played the character of 'Fidel', and his short scene involved Fidel violently wielding a knife.
The part of Graziano was originally written for James Dean, but when Dean died in a car accident a few weeks before filming, Newman replaced him.

Steve's first wife Neile thought that he (Steve) was terrible in the part.

Steve's performance in this film was uncredited, and it was a 'bit part' that payed 19 dollars a day.

18 years later he would recieve equal co-star billing with Newman in The Towering Inferno and earn the biggest movie pay cheque in history (12 Million Dollars).

Newman and Angeli