Cool Hand Luke

  • 1967
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Prison

Too cool for words, then switches past midstream into a work of poignancy and power. Not much has changed since Warner Bros in the 1930s, and it's interesting to realize, looking over Newman's career, how many overrated male-bonding, macho-buddy movies he has made. COOL HAND LUKE starts out that way with Newman as irreverent loner put on a chain gang for...read more

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(Movie Clip) You Better Come Along With Us
Director Stuart Rosenberg s evocative opening, introducing Paul Newman in the title role committing his rather allegorical crime from the original no (more…)
Cool Hand Luke - Official Trailer
02:48 — A man sentenced to sweat out his debt to society on a prison farm refuses to compromise with authority. This 'failure to communicate' gets him in all (more…)
Cool Hand Luke
01:38 — A man sentenced to sweat out his debt to society on a prison farm refuses to compromise with authority. This 'failure to communicate' gets him in all (more…)
(Movie Clip) Take Them Stripes Off Your Pants?
The escaped Luke (Paul Newman), chained and pursued by bloodhounds, gets help from two neighborhood kids in Cool Hand Luke, 1967, from the novel by Do (more…)
Cool Hand Luke trailer
A free-spirited convict refuses to conform to chain-gang life in Cool Hand Luke (1967), starring Paul Newman & George Kennedy.
(Movie Clip) Every Cent In Camp
A portion of the famous attempt by Luke (Paul Newman), coached by Dragline (George Kennedy), to eat fifty hard-boiled to eggs win a prison bet in Cool (more…)
(Movie Clip) Somebody Oughta Stop This Thing
Inmates played by Ralph Waite, Lou Antonio, Dennis Hopper, Wayne Rogers and J.D. Cannon are in the crowd as Luke (Paul Newman) takes a pounding from D (more…)
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02:54 — Lucas Jackson, natural born world shaker, someone with more guts than brains, a man who refuses to conform to the rules he has been given. Sent to a p (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Too cool for words, then switches past midstream into a work of poignancy and power. Not much has changed since Warner Bros in the 1930s, and it's interesting to realize, looking over Newman's career, how many overrated male-bonding, macho-buddy movies he… (more)

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