Winning

1969, Adventure/Drama, 2h 3m

9 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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Race car driver Frank Capua (Paul Newman) holds track victories above all else, but as he competes in the string of races that lead to motoring's crown jewel, the Indianapolis 500, he finds it harder to connect with wife Elora (Joanne Woodward) and stepson Charley (Richard Thomas). When he learns that Elora is sleeping with fellow racer Luther "Lou" Erding (Robert Wagner), Frank leaves the family, but plucky Charley decides he won't stand idly by as his family disintegrates.

Cast & Crew

Paul Newman
Frank Capua
Robert Wagner
Luther "Lou" Erding
Richard Thomas
Charley Capua
David Sheiner
Leo Crawford
Clu Gulager
Larry the Mechanic
Karen Arthur
Miss Dairy Queen
Barry Ford
Bottineau
Toni Clayton
The Girl (uncredited)
Maxine Stuart
Miss Redburne's Mother (uncredited)
Eileen Wesson
Miss Redburne (uncredited)
Robert Quarry
Sam Jagin (uncredited)
Paulene Myers
Cleaning Woman (uncredited)
Howard Rodman
Screenwriter
Dave Grusin
Original Music
Richard Moore
Cinematographer
John J. Lloyd
Art Director
Joe Alves
Art Director
John McCarthy Jr.
Set Decoration
George Milo
Set Decoration
Edith Head
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