We know you’re in need of another McQueen fix—it’s been what, almost 10 days—so we’re obliging with yet another amazing snap from Steve McQueen: The Actor and His Films by Andrew Antoniades and Mike Siegel, the definitive, highly desirable account of every film the iconic actor made.
Filming the famous dune buggy scene with Faye Dunaway in 1968
Here the King of Cool prepares to film the famous dune buggy scene with Faye Dunaway in 1968′s The Thomas Crown Affair, sporting a fisherman’s sweater and trademark Persol shades.
And below he dons a more tailored look, Persols still firmly in place, while touring with wife Neile in the Bavarian Alps.
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The ultimate compendium of McQueen’s many masterful movies is published by Dalton Watson Fine Books.
The ultimate compendium of McQueen’s many masterful movies
The opulent tome devotes nearly 500 pages to McQueen’s career and tracks his odyssey from juvenile delinquent to marine to aspiring actor to global superstar and the highest-paid marquee name of his era.
Persols and Porsches don’t grow on trees, after all…
- Posted January 19, 2012
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- Courtesy Dalton Watson