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Paul Newman in Somebody Up There Likes Me

Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956) In Newman's second film, a drama by Robert Wise based on the autobiography of boxer Rocky Graziano, he gave a powerful performance as Rocky, who discovers pugilism to escape an aimless life. After 1956, Newman was no longer a TV star, but solidly a movie star.
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