Bruce Willis credits late Hollywood legend Paul Newman with teaching him how to be a man.
The pair starred together in 1994 movie Nobody's Fool, and formed a close bond.
Remembering Newman - who died in September (08) - Willis says, "What a guy. What a sweet, sweet guy. I did the film without reading the script because he was in it.
"I learned the biggest thing about acting, being a movie star and about being a man from Paul."
And he recalls one important lesson he learned from the star: "There was a storm and because of the snow, I was two minutes late on the set one day. He yanked me out of the car an said, 'I want to teach you one thing about acting. Punctuality is the courtesy of kings'. I was never late again."