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  • TV commercial (PSA): Gun-Control and Anti-Gun Violence
  • (1982-84) TV commercial: Nissan Skyline RS (Japan only).
  • (1998) TV commercial: Texaco (voice)
  • (late 1980s) TV commercial: Barilla pasta (European market only)
  • (6/02) Stage: Starred (as "Stage Manager") in "Our Town" at Westport Country Playhouse, Westport, CT
  • (1953) Stage: Appeared (as "Alan Seymour") in "Picnic" on Broadway. Comedy. Directed by Joshua Logan. Music Box Theatre: 19 Feb 1953-10 Apr 1954 (477 performances).
  • (1959) Stage Play: Sweet Bird of Youth. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Incidental music by Paul Bowles. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Anna Hill Johnstone. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costumes for Miss Page created by Theoni Vachlioti Aldredge. Assistant Scenic Design: Hugh Hardy. Associate Designer to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey. Directed by Elia Kazan. Martin Beck Theatre: 10 Mar 1959- 30 Jan 1960 (375 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as "Boss Finley"), Paul Newman (as "Chance Wayne"), Geraldine Page (as "Princess Kosmonopolis"), Martine Bartlett, Kenneth Blake, Hilda Brawner, Bruce Dern (as "Stuff"), Duke Farley, Ron Harper, Diana Hyland (as "Heavenly Finney"), James Jeter, Monica May, Charles McDaniel, John Napier, Logan Ramsey, Patricia Ripley, Madeleine Sherwood, Glenn Stensel, Earl Sydnor, Rip Torn (as "Tom Junior"), Charles Tyner, Milton J. Williams. Replacement actors: Jack Betts (as "Page"), Norman Burton (as "Bud"), Duke Farley (as "Hatcher"), John Karlen (as "Tom Junior"), Kip McArdle (as "Miss Lucy"), Anne Ramsey (as "Maid"), Robert Readick (as "Tom Junior"), Hack Rightor (as "Scotty"), Patricia Sales (as "Violet/Maid"), Glenn Stensel (as "Stuff"), Rip Torn (as "Chance Wayne"). Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Note: Nominated for Tony award (Best Direction + 2 others; no wins).
  • (1964) Stage: Appeared (as "Emil") in "Baby Want a Kiss" on Broadway. Comedy. Little Theatre: 19 Apr 1964-22 Aug 1964 (148 performances).
  • TV special: Appeared in "The Wild Places" a television documentary special with wife Joanne Woodward and their two daughters. This 'Lee Mendelson' production aired on NBC on 12/2/74. The couple backpacked, in this tribute to America's wilderness areas, from an isolated caribou range in northern Alaska to an eerie cypress swamp in South Carolina. Utah's Red Rock Canyon and New Hampshire's Mt. Washington are the other two hiking journeys the couple take. This special was sponsored by the Fireman's Fund American Insurance Companies and Western Electric.
  • (6/04) Stage: Starred (as Dalton Trumbo) in Christopher Trumbo's "Trumbo" at the Ridgefield Theatre, Westport, CT, produced by the Westport Country Playhouse.
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared (as "Glen Griffin") in "The Desperate Hours" on Broadway. Melodrama. Directed by Robert Montgomery. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 10 Feb 1955-13 Aug 1955 (212 performances).
  • (c. 1993) Spoken Word Recording: "Mr & Mrs Bridge" (Dove Audio)
  • (c. 2000) Spoken Word Recording: D'Aulaire's "Book of Greek Myths" (Airplay Inc.) (188560 8152)
  • (September 27, 1981) Anti-Drug Use PSA TV spot "Get High on Yourself" - Himself (United States)
  • (1980) TV commercial: Blendy (Japan)
  • (August 21, 1984) Guest on "New York Style" also appearing was Tony Danza and Katherine Helmond.
  • (January 27, 1953) He acted in William Inge's play, "Picnic," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Kim Stanley, Ralph Meeker, Janice Rule, Eileen Heckart, and Arthur O'Connell in the cast.
  • (1988) Release of the book, "Paul and Joanne: A Biography of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward" by Joe Morella and Edward Z. Epstein.
  • (1998) Release of his book, "Newman's Own Cookbook".

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