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Tag: Robert Duvall

Lawman (1971)

Looking for a 1970’s western with a superior cast? Look no further than this Michael Winner directed effort that includes a Jerry Fielding score with dialogue that flows like cowboy […]

The Lightship (1985)

It wasn’t until I was no longer a youngster that I came around to truly appreciating the magic of Robert Duvall on screen. That in part is probably due to […]

The Killer Elite (1975)

Espionage and San Francisco replace hardened outlaws and Mexico for this Sam Peckinpah effort that once again sees the director assemble a first rate cast for more slow motion blood […]

Educating Rita (1983)

When an on line celebration of Michael Caine films for his 85th birthday on March 14th, 2018 was put forth, it gave me the opportunity to go though my library […]

Al Lettieri versus The Icons Part 1

Is Al Lettieri a household name? Admittedly no. However if you know your gritty seventies gangland films then you’ll know the face and like me, might even consider yourself a […]

It’s a Novel Idea Continued

If you enjoyed having a look back at how movie tie ins were marketed through your local book shops,( Novel Idea part 1) here’s another dose of just what was available […]

Deep Impact (1998)

I haven’t seen Deep Impact since it hit home video back in the late nineties. I’ve always referred to it as “the other film” due to it’s being released shortly before […]

Revisiting The Godfather (1972)

It’s been about 10 years since I sat back and watched this landmark title. My teenage son hadn’t seen it yet and has slowly been catching up on the classics. […]

Joe Kidd (1972)

Despite the fact that the credits list John Sturges as this western’s director, you’d swear the Clint Eastwood feel is written all over it. For starters it’s a Malpaso production […]

Ralph Waite Memories

Growing up a film fan there comes a time when you start recognizing faces and connect the dots. For me Waite was just the father on a television show that […]

Badge 373 (1973)

With a new class of actors on the rise in the 1970’s and each taking a turn as a hardened cop it was only inevitable that Robert Duvall would join […]

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