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The Magnificent Seven (1960)
   starred   
Yul Brynner, Eli Wallach, Steve McQueen and Charles Bronson
Director: John Sturges. Also starred Robert Vaughn, James Coburn, Horst Buchholz and Brad Dexter.
The Blob (1958)
   starred   
Steve McQueen and Aneta Corsaut
Director: Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. Also starred Earl Rowe, Olin Howlin, John Benson, George Karas and Lee Paton.
Steve McQueen
   was considered for the role of   
Paul Varjak in Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
George Peppard got the part
Steve McQueen
   was considered for the role of   
Harry Callahan in Dirty Harry (1971)
Clint Eastwood got the part
Steve McQueen
   was considered for the role of   
Popeye Doyle in The French Connection (1971)
Gene Hackman got the part
Steve McQueen
   was considered for the role of   
Dave in Play Misty for Me (1971)
Clint Eastwood got the part
Steve McQueen
   was considered for the role of   
Tom Hagen in The Godfather (1972)
Robert Duvall got the part
Steve McQueen
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Chief Brody in Jaws (1975)
Roy Scheider got the part
Steve McQueen
   was considered for the role of   
Roy Neary in Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
Richard Dreyfuss got the part
Steve McQueen
   was considered for the role of   
Capt. Willard in Apocalypse Now (1979)
Martin Sheen got the part
Thomas Crown
   is a role shared by   
Steve McQueen & Pierce Brosnan
Steve McQueen - The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), Pierce Brosnan - The Thomas Crown Affair (1999)
The Great Escape (1963)
      
Charles Bronson, Steve McQueen and James Garner
Their dummkopf captors had put all the jailbreak artists in one place to keep an eye on them, never dreaming they'd share their expertise and escape.
The character Papillon was played by Steve McQueen
Papillon (1973)
The Getaway (1972)
   starred   
Steve McQueen, Ali MacGraw and Ben Johnson
Director: Sam Peckinpah. Also starred Sally Struthers, Al Letteri & Slim Pickens. Plot: A recently released ex-con and his loyal wife go on the run after a heist goes awry.
Papillon (1973)
      
Steve McQueen, Dustin Hoffman and Victor Jory
"How did you know my leprosy wasn't contagious?"
The Great Escape (1963)
   starred   
Steve McQueen, James Garner and Richard Attenborough
IMDB:8.4/10. Director: John Sturges. 1 Oscar nomination.
Bullitt (1968)
   starred   
Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn and Jacqueline Bisset
Director: Peter Yates. Also starred Robert Duvall, Simon Oakland and Georg Stanford Brown.
Ronald Saland
   directed   
'Bullitt': Steve McQueen's Commitment to Reality (1968)
Bullitt (1968)
      
Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn and Jacqueline Bisset
A classy film, dry, exciting and bleak, and among the very best films of its day.
The Towering Inferno (1974)
   starred   
Steve McQueen, Paul Newman and William Holden
Director: John Guillermin & Irwin Allen. Also starred Faye Dunaway, Fred Astaire & Susan Blakely. Plot: At the opening party of a collosal, but poorly constructed, office building, a massive fire breaks out that threatens to destroy the tower and everyone in it. Won 3 Oscars
The Sand Pebbles (1966)
   starred   
Steve McQueen, Richard Attenborough and Richard Crenna
Director: Robert Wise. Also starred Candice Bergen, Emmanuelle Arsan & Mako. Plot: Engineer Jake Holman (McQueen) arrives aboard the gunboat U.S.S. San Pablo, assigned to patrol a tributary of the Yangtze in the middle of exploited and revolution-torn 1926 China.
Papillon (1973)
   starred   
Steve McQueen, Dustin Hoffman and Victor Jory
IMDB:8.0/10. Director: Franklin J. Schaffner. Nominated for 1 Oscar.
Papillon (1973)
   starred   
Steve McQueen, Dustin Hoffman and Victor Jory
Director: Franklin J. Schaffner. Also starred Don Gordon, Anthony Zerbe & Robert Deman. Plot: A man befriends a fellow criminal as the two of them begin serving their sentence on a dreadful prison island, which inspires the man to plot his escape.
The Great Escape (1963)
   starred   
Steve McQueen, James Garner and Richard Attenborough
Director: John Sturges. Also starred Charles Bronson, Donald Pleasence and James Coburn. Based on a true story. A group of Allied PoWs meticulously plan their escape from a Nazi prison camp.
Steve McQueen's
   means   
Baked Beans






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