You’ll never know what it was like to walk in Steve McQueen’s shoes, but you can feel what it was like to drive his prized motorcycles. Two beauties come to the auction block this weekend.
The first weekend of the last month of 2011! This weekend brings us Sleeping Beauty, Shame, Outrage and A Warrior’s Heart.
Brandon is a New Yorker who shuns intimacy with women but feeds his desires with a compulsive addiction to sex. When his wayward younger sister moves into his apartment stirring memories of their shared painful past, Brandon’s insular life spirals.
This short takes a look at Steve McQueen’s dedication to realistic film making during Bullit, and includes the preparation and filming of the famous car chase scene.
On Any Sunday is to motorcycles what The Endless Summer is to surfing. Bruce Brown released this cult classic in 1971 to showcase the sport along with its’ celebrities, including Steve McQueen and Malcolm Smith. Watch the full movie.
One of the most famous car chase scenes in Movie history is from the 1968 action flick, Bullit. Shot on the streets of San Francisco at terrifying speeds, Steve McQueen insisted upon doing some of the driving himself along with ace stunt drivers, Bud Elkins and Bill Hickman.