Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward acted together in ten films, but they never really hit the jackpot, quality-wise. Only their first outing, Martin Ritt's The Long, Hot Summer (58), holds up reasonably well by today's standards. The next four -- Leo McCarey's Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! ('58), Mark Robson's From The Terrace ('60), Martin Ritt's Paris Blues ('61) and Melville Shavelson's A New Kind of Love -- are on the dicey or strained or underwhelming side.