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February 16, 1988|JOHN VOLAND | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Robert Redford wistfully imagines a re-pairing with erstwhile co-star Paul Newman in an interview with Esquire magazine. "If I had to," Redford said, "I'd probably say that Newman's my best friend. He's the greatest. Not much I wouldn't do for him . . . I'd love to make one more movie with him," Redford added. "Just one more. The two of us." Redford said that a recent evening hanging out with Newman caused him to think, "God, here's old Paul . . . He looks great, feels great, has lots of money, gives to great causes, he's in love with his wife, he races his cars when he wants to, makes a movie when he wants to, he's incredibly happy and still has that face that looks the way it did when he was 20. God, by the time we got home, I wanted to shoot myself."

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