Newman and Robert Redford, and George Roy Hill, reunited in the 1973 Best Picture Oscar winner, about two grifters in the '30s setting up an elaborate revenge against an old enemy. Newman and Redford have a great time reviving their old rascally camaraderie, and Newman's appeal is at its peak during the famous poker game against Robert Shaw.
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