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The Seven Degrees of Paul Newman


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Zhang Ziyi was in Rush Hour 2 (2001) with Alan King,

who was in The Helen Morgan Story (1957) with Paul Newman.

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Zhang Ziyi was in Memoirs of a Geisha (2005) with Ken Watanabe,

who was in The Last Samurai  (2003) with Tom Cruise,

who was in  The Color of Money (1986) with Paul Newman.

Next:  Jean Gabin

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Winona Ryder was in The Age of Innocence with Geraldine Chaplin,

who was in Buffalo Bill and the Indians with Paul Newman.

(I would have used Joanne Woodward, but I don't think of her as having been "in" The Age of Innocence, since she's not onscreen.)

Next:  Peter Dinklage

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Jill Clayburgh was in The Thief Who Came to Dinner (1973) with Jacqueline Bisset,

who was in The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972) with Paul Newman.

(P. S. my Peter Dinklage connection was Dermot Mulroney: Living in Oblivion and Where the Money Is.)  :-)

Next:  Boris Karloff

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Vivien Leigh was in Caesar and Cleopatra (1946) with Felix Aylmer,

who was in From the Terrace (1960) with Paul Newman

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Vivien Leigh was in Caesar and Cleopatra (1946) with Jean Simmons (uncredited),

who was in Until They Sail (1957) with Paul Newman.

(P. S. my linking actor for Boris Karloff was Virginia Mayo--The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and The Silver Chalice.  But your answer was more fun.)

Next:

Claude Jarman Jr.

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