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Steve McQueen

Steve McQueen

Birthdate: March 24, 1930

Deathdate: November 7, 1980

He was the ultra-cool male film star of the 1960s, and rose from a troubled youth spent in reform schools to being the world's most popular actor. Over 25 years after his untimely death from mesothelioma in 1980, Steve McQueen is still considered hip and cool, and he endures as an icon of popular culture.  ...detailed bio


Steve McQueen: The Essence of Cool (2005)

The life and times of actor Steve McQueen, on the 75th anniversary of his birth.

Bruce Lee, the Legend (1987)

The Official Golden Harvest tribute to the Master of the Martial Arts Film, Bruce Lee.

The Hunter (1980)

The Hunter may refer to: Orion (constellation), The Hunter Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, a Dutch footballer In fiction: The Hunter (novel), by Donald E. Westlake under the pseudonym Richard Stark The Hunter (1999 novel), by Julia Leigh The Hunter (1980 film), starring Steve McQueen The Hunter (2010 film),...

Tom Horn (1980)

Tom Horn, a legendary frontier scout and tracker who helped to capture Geronimo, drifts around the quickly disappearing western frontier. The story begins as he rides into a small town and provokes prizefighter Jim Corbett, ending up in a livery stable, unconscious and badly bruised. Cattle compa...

An Enemy of the People (1978)

A small forest town is trying to promote itself as a place for tourists to come enjoy the therapeutic hot springs and unspoiled nature. Dr. Stockmann, however, makes the inconvenient discovery that the nature around the village is not so unspoiled. In fact, the runoff from the local tanning mill ...

Dixie Dynamite (1976)

When their moonshiner father is killed by a corrupt deputy, two young girls decide to take over his business and get revenge on the men who had him killed

The Towering Inferno (1974)

Architect Doug Roberts (Newman) returns to San Francisco for the dedication of the Glass Tower, which he designed for owner James Duncan (Holden). At 138 stories (1,800 ft/550 m), it is the world's tallest building. Shortly after his arrival, an electrical short starts an undetected fire on the 8...

Papillon (1973)

Henri "Papillon" Charrière (Steve McQueen), a safecracker, is unjustly convicted of murder (specifically, murdering a pimp) in 1930s France. He is sentenced to life imprisonment in the notorious French penal colony on Devil's Island, off the coast of French Guiana. En route he meets a fellow conv...

The Getaway (1972)

Carter "Doc" McCoy (McQueen), a convict in Texas, is denied parole. When his wife Carol (MacGraw) visits the prison, he tells her to do whatever necessary to make a deal with Jack Benyon (Johnson), a corrupt businessman in San Antonio. Benyon's influence gets Doc paroled on the condition he take ...

Junior Bonner (1972)

Junior "JR" Bonner is a rodeo rider who is slightly "over the hill". Junior is first seen taping up his injuries after an unsuccessful ride on an ornery bull named Sunshine. He returns home to Prescott, Arizona for the Independence Day parade and rodeo. When he arrives, the Bonner family home is ...

The Light at the Edge of the World (1971)

The year is 1865. Will Denton (Kirk Douglas) is a jaded American miner escaping a troubled past. Seeking isolation for two reasons - to mend his broken heart after a failed romance during the California Gold Rush, and also to escape punishment after he murdered a man in a gunfight - Denton tends ...

Le Mans (1971)

There is very little plot and very little acting; the movie entertains primarily by the sight and sound of Porsche 917s and Ferrari 512s, iconic racing cars with lots of visual and audio appeal to racing enthusiasts. There are, however, some elementary plot devices. The race itself is a fierce co...

On Any Sunday (1971)

On Any Sunday is a 1971 American documentary feature about motorcycle sport, directed by Bruce Brown. It was nominated for a 1972 Academy Award for Documentary Feature. This documentary follows the lives of motorcycle racers and racing enthusiasts. Brown tried to show the unique talents needed f...

The Reivers (1969)

Set in 1905, the film follows the exploits of the likable but raffish Boon Hoggenbeck (Steve McQueen), who takes an interest in a new car, a Winton Flyer that is the property of a man named Boss (Will Geer), the patriarch of the McCaslin family, who live in the Mississippi area where Boon lives. ...

Bullitt (1968)

Ambitious politician Walter Chalmers (Robert Vaughn) is about to hold a Senate Subcommittee hearing in San Francisco on organized crime in America. To improve his political standing Chalmers hopes to interrogate key State's Witness Johnny Ross (Pat Renella), who has represented himself as a defec...

The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)

Thomas Crown, a millionaire businessman and sportsman, pulls off a perfect crime by having five men rob a Boston bank and dump the money—approximately $2.6 million—in a cemetery trash can. Crown never meets any of the five face-to-face, before or after the crime. He retrieves the money later and ...

The Sand Pebbles (1966)

In 1926, Machinist's Mate 1st Class Jake Holman (Steve McQueen) transfers from the Asiatic Fleet flagship to the Yangtze River Patrol gunboat USS San Pablo. (The ship is nicknamed the "Sand Pebble" and its sailors refer to themselves as "Sand Pebbles.") Life aboard a gunboat is very different. It...

Nevada Smith (1966)

A trio of outlaws – Bill Bowdre (Arthur Kennedy) and Jesse Coe (Martin Landau), led by Tom Fitch (Karl Malden) – robs, tortures and brutally kills the white father and Indian mother of young Max Sand (Steve McQueen). Max sets out to avenge their death. One killer keeps a tobacco pouch containing ...

The Cincinnati Kid (1965)

Eric Stoner, nicknamed "The Kid," is an up-and-coming poker player. He hears that Lancey Howard, a long-time master of the game nicknamed "The Man," is in town, and decides to take him on. The Kid's friend Shooter cautions him, reminding the Kid how he thought he was the best five-card stud playe...

Baby the Rain Must Fall (1965)

Georgette Thomas and her six-year-old daughter Margaret Rose travel to a small southern Texas town to meet her irresponsible rockabilly singer/guitarist husband, Henry Thomas, when he is released from prison after serving time for stabbing a man during a drunken brawl. He tries to make a home for...