Robert long - homo sapiens

Redford appeared in mostly forgettable films throughout the mid-1960s, the cult favourite The Chase (1966) and the screen adaptation of Barefoot in the Park (1967) being notable exceptions. The turning point in his career came when he costarred with Paul Newman in the enormously popular comic western Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), in which he portrayed the outlaw Sundance Kid . The film became the top-grossing picture of the year, and Redford was soon one of Hollywood ’s most popular and bankable stars, next appearing in such successful films as Downhill Racer (1969; written by James Salter ) and The Candidate (1972). He starred with Barbra Streisand in The Way We Were and reteamed with Newman in The Sting —the two most successful films of 1973—and was ranked as the top American box office attraction. The Sting won that year’s Academy Award for best picture and earned Redford his only Oscar nomination for acting.

Each entry will consist of a specimen number if known (or the site name, if many fossils were found in one place), any nicknames in quotes, and a species name. The species name will be followed by a '?' if suspect. If the fossil was originally placed in a different species, that name will also be given.

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