Steve McQueen

Steve McQueen didn't believe Wanted: Dead or Alive was ''too violent''

"The King of Cool" had no choice but to cool down the violence in Wanted: Dead or Alive.

10 fascinating facts about Wanted: Dead or Alive star, Steve McQueen

"The King of Cool" was just that. A really cool cowboy who had a love for adventure... and a need for speed.

Steve McQueen wasn't interested in playing the good guy

McQueen wanted his character to be "rank."

Steve McQueen's secret to playing a believable hero

His approach to acting led him to such great heights.

Before the Wild West: How well do you remember Steve McQueen's fight against The Blob?

It's indescribable. It's indestructible. It's THE BLOB!

Steve McQueen was a rebel that ''punched'' his way out

"I never liked to talk my way out of anything. I liked to punch my way out."

Steve McQueen's uncompromising vision for ''Wanted: Dead or Alive''

McQueen never wanted to play a boring ol' hero.

Steve McQueen was a motorhead for motorcycles during the '60s

Everybody has something that relaxes them and for McQueen it was risking his life. Very "King of Cool" of him.

Steve McQueen almost started a war between classic Western actors

McQueen made a bold statement, and one Western actor quickly responded.

Steve McQueen and Jackie Gleason were buddies in this 1963 comedy film

The two played an inseparable duo in the underrated gem Soldier in the Rain.

Steve McQueen once had a famous feud with his horse

A cowboy is only as good as his horse. But what if his horse is a bit sassy?

Steve McQueen had a need for speed and found racing to be relaxing

McQueen liked to go fast. Over 150 mph in a race car kind of fast.

A single colorized episode of 'Wanted: Dead or Alive' cost nearly $20... in 1986

It may not have been the best quality, but for $20, you could see the blue eyes of one Steve McQueen in color!

The Wanted: Dead or Alive finale is the last time Steve McQueen acted on TV

A famous director and a beautiful locational made for a fond farewell.

Steve McQueen's long lost, beloved Mustang was discovered last year in a Mexican junkyard

Two cars used in 'Bullitt' were recently unearthed, in Tennessee and south of the border.
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