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The Great Escape Mc Queen's next big film was 1963's The Great Escape (which also starred Bronson and Coburn, as well as second-billed James Garner).
The smash hit movie told the more or less true story of a massive breakout from a World War II POW camp and Mc Queen has a memorable role in the climax of the film, highlighted by a spectacular motorcycle leap.
Mc Queen made his Broadway debut in 1955 in A Hatful of Rain.
However, the film was a box office flop that almost ruined Mc Queen's career and Mc Queen himself admitted that he almost died while filming the movie.
The most memorable were the classic chase in Bullitt and the motorcycle chase scene in The Great Escape.
The jump over the fence was actually done by Bud Ekins for insurance purposes.
The director, John Sturges, then cast Mc Queen in his next movie, promising to "give him the camera".
Starring with Yul Brynner, Robert Vaughn, Charles Bronson, and James Coburn in The Magnificent Seven (1960), it would be Mc Queen's first major hit.