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.
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.”
Steve McQueen kisses his daughter Terry goodnight, photographed by John Dominis, 1963.
Princess Steve McQueen exercises power
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)