Written by Midheta Agic
Paul Newman was one of the greatest movie stars who ever lived. In the 1970s and 1960s his name was box office gold. His performances in movies like Cool Hand Butch and Luke Cassidy and the Sundance Kid made him an icon of rebellious, hipster cool that resonated deeply with an entire generation. Newman was also a serious humanitarian who raised hundreds of millions for charities through his Newman’s Own company and the Hole in the Wall Gang Camps for seriously ill children. His charitable works continue after his passing, too. In addition to his charitable accomplishments, Newman still manages to do something else noteworthy after his passing: to lend his name to one of the most sought after variants of one of the most desirable Rolex watches of them all-the Daytona.
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