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Steve McQueen kisses Natalie Wood’s hand as they meet to discuss their next film, Love with the Proper Stranger (1963). Photographed by John Dominis.



Steve McQueen, c. mid 1960s
Steve McQueen, c. mid 1960s



1963:  While on location in Bay City, Texas, Lee Remick and Steve McQueen visit the local five-and-dime store.  When Steve got off the “horse” he said, “I never could trust a horse.”

1963:  While on location in Bay City, Texas, Lee Remick and Steve McQueen visit the local five-and-dime store.  When Steve got off the “horse” he said, “I never could trust a horse.”



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Steve McQueen kisses his daughter Terry goodnight, photographed by John Dominis, 1963.

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Steve McQueen kisses his daughter Terry goodnight, photographed by John Dominis, 1963.






Steve McQueen, 1960s

Steve McQueen, 1960s



Steve McQueen photographed by William Claxton
Steve McQueen photographed by William Claxton


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Steve McQueen

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Steve McQueen



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Princess Steve McQueen exercises power

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Princess Steve McQueen exercises power



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According to director Peter Yates, in Bullitt, Steve McQueen made it a point to keep his head near the open car window during the famous chase scene so that audiences would be reassured that it was he, not a stunt man, who was driving. (x)