The Great Gatsby: "I had talked with him perhaps half a dozen times in the past month and found, to my disappointment, that he had little to say. So my first impression, that he was a person of some undefined consequence, had gradually faded and he had become simply the proprietor of an elaborate road-house next door."

The Great Gatsby: "I had talked with him perhaps half a dozen times in the past month and found, to my disappointment, that he had little to say. So my first impression, that he was a person of some undefined consequence, had gradually faded and he had become simply the proprietor of an elaborate road-house next door."

Robert Redford 'Beyond Words' over Newman’s Death

Robert Redford ‘Beyond Words’ over Newman s Death

"I believe that for all time and eternity I am bound to him, to be happy beyond words when he is here, and to suffer worse than death many times when he leaves..." ~Karen Blixen, Letters from Africa, 1914-1931

"I believe that for all time and eternity I am bound to him, to be happy beyond words when he is here, and to suffer worse than death many times when he leaves..." ~Karen Blixen, Letters from Africa, 1914-1931

Robert Redford Enjoying a 'Whole New Life' with Second Wife - info about his mother's death

Robert Redford Enjoying a 'Whole New Life' with Second Wife - info about his mother's death

Robert Redford Gushes Over Mary Tyler More’s ‘Spirit’ After Her Death: ‘She’ll Be Missed’

Robert Redford Gushes Over Mary Tyler More’s ‘Spirit’ After Her Death: ‘She’ll Be Missed’

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young Robert Redford as Mr. Death from The Twilight Zone  I still feel like the movie MEET JOE BLACK would have been tons better with Mr. Redford instead of Mr. Pitt!

young Robert Redford as Mr. Death from The Twilight Zone I still feel like the movie MEET JOE BLACK would have been tons better with Mr. Redford instead of Mr. Pitt!

Alex Gibney, Robert Redford and Susan Sarandon Pen Anti-Death Penalty Op-ed

Alex Gibney, Robert Redford and Susan Sarandon Pen Anti-Death Penalty Op-ed

Robert Redford as an Angel of Death in an early Twilight Zone episode. "Nothing In The Dark"

Robert Redford as an Angel of Death in an early Twilight Zone episode. "Nothing In The Dark"

Let's merge, a 5-year-old Thoroughbred stallion aka  Rising star in 'The electric horseman' starring Robert Redford. 1979. The stallion was given to him at the end of the filming and retired in Robert Redford's Sundance mansion till his death 18 years later.

Let's merge, a 5-year-old Thoroughbred stallion aka Rising star in 'The electric horseman' starring Robert Redford. 1979. The stallion was given to him at the end of the filming and retired in Robert Redford's Sundance mansion till his death 18 years later.

Robert Redford's first film as a director, "Ordinary People" (1980), told the story of an upper-middle-class family torn by the death of one son and the attempted suicide of another. Timothy Hutton and Elizabeth McGovern (left, with Redford) starred with Donald Sutherland, Mary Tyler Moore and Judd Hirsch. The film won four Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director for Redford.

Robert Redford

Robert Redford's first film as a director, "Ordinary People" (1980), told the story of an upper-middle-class family torn by the death of one son and the attempted suicide of another. Timothy Hutton and Elizabeth McGovern (left, with Redford) starred with Donald Sutherland, Mary Tyler Moore and Judd Hirsch. The film won four Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director for Redford.

New Original Series ‘DEATH ROW STORIES’ with Executive Producers Alex Gibney and Robert Redford

New Original Series ‘DEATH ROW STORIES’ with Executive Producers Alex Gibney and Robert Redford

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Let's merge, a 5-year-old Thoroughbred stallion aka Rising star in 'The electric horseman' starring Robert Redford. 1979. The stallion was given to him at the end of the filming and retired in Robert Redford's Sundance mansion till his death 18 years later.

Let's merge, a 5-year-old Thoroughbred stallion aka Rising star in 'The electric horseman' starring Robert Redford. 1979. The stallion was given to him at the end of the filming and retired in Robert Redford's Sundance mansion till his death 18 years later.

This place in the mountains, amid nature’s casualness toward death and birth, is the perfect host for the inspiration of ideas: harsh at times, life-threatening in its winters of destruction, but tender in attention to the details of every petal of every wildflower resurrected in the spring. Nature and creativity obey the same laws, to the same end: life.  (from Robert Redford's journal)

Robert Redford's Quest - Nature and Environment

This place in the mountains, amid nature’s casualness toward death and birth, is the perfect host for the inspiration of ideas: harsh at times, life-threatening in its winters of destruction, but tender in attention to the details of every petal of every wildflower resurrected in the spring. Nature and creativity obey the same laws, to the same end: life. (from Robert Redford's journal)

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