1. Steve McQueen was the second album by English pop band Prefab Sprout, which was released in June 1985.
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3. Steve McQueen was credited with contributions including financing the film On Any Sunday, supporting a team of off-road riders, and enhancing the public image of motorcycling overall.
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4. Steve McQueen was cremated and his ashes were spread in the Pacific Ocean.
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9. In spite of multiple attempts, Steve McQueen was never able to purchase the Ford Mustang GT 390 he drove in Bullitt, which featured a modified drivetrain that suited McQueen's driving style.
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13. Steve McQueen raced in many top off-road races on the West Coast, including the Baja 1000, the Mint 400, and the Elsinore Grand Prix.
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14. Steve McQueen wanted to drive a Porsche 917 with Jackie Stewart in that race, but the film backers threatened to pull their support if he did.
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16. Steve McQueen died shortly after passing on The Towering Inferno 2.
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17. Steve McQueen was under contract to Irwin Allen after appearing in The Towering Inferno and offered a part in a sequel in 1980, which he turned down.
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21. Steve McQueen worked for director Sam Peckinpah again with the leading role in The Getaway, where he met future wife Ali MacGraw.
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25. Steve McQueen was hired for the films Never Love a Stranger, The Blob which depicts a flesh eating amoeba-like space creature, and The Great St Louis Bank Robbery.
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26. Steve McQueen landed his first film role in a bit part in Somebody Up There Likes Me, directed by Robert Wise and starring Paul Newman.
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35. Steve McQueen eventually left the Boys Republic at age 16.
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40. Steve McQueen was called "The King of Cool", whose "anti-hero" persona developed at the height of the counterculture of the 1960s and made him a top box-office draw of the 1960s and 1970s.
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