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1969 was Robert Redford's breakout year, when he starred with Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Since that time he was continuously successful, either as an actor or director. His concern for the environment, particularly in the American West, has made him an important spokesman for conservation, often lending his name to causes and charities that help support preservation and endangered species. This comprehensive biography is based on extensive interviews with friends and colleagues, as well as assistance provided by Redford himself.
Documents the career and contributions of the popular film actor and director, describing his breakout performance in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, his activist role in support of endangered species conservation, and his relationships with Hollywood contemporaries.