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Author A.E. Hotchner’s intimate account of his remarkable fifty-three year friendship with Hollywood icon Paul Newman. The two met on a television project in 1955. Many decades later, they started Newman’s Own food line as a prank and watched it grown into a major charitable enterprise.
- A. E. Hotchner Novelist, biographer, editor, playwright and co-founder of "Newman's Own" food products, author of "Paul and ME: 53 Years of Adventures and Misadventures with My Pal Paul Newman"
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