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For a male loner, this is a perilous kind of world. Siegel may have hated producers, but he could work with star performers. His Flaming Star was one of the two or three films to successfully integrate Elvis Presley into a movie. On the surface, Siegel was a perfect match for Eastwood, whose character had already been established as an outsider, if not a rebel, and whose star qualities were beginning to be recognised. Already under contract at Universal, Siegel was brought in late to Eastwood’s next project, replacing the original director, Alex Segal.
The real battle is between Harry and the schmucks of bureaucracy. 44 Magnum or the car crashes, but in Harry’s willingness to go it alone. It’s easy to see every city government or chain of command as a symbol for a Hollywood studio. Clint actually directed some second unit on this film, and the scenes where Harry talks a jumper off the roof (the potential suicide was played by Buddy Van Horn). Verdict: Deservedly a classic, and just as sharp now as it was then. ’ Land baron Harlan arrives in town with his gunmen, sporting the latest modern weaponry, and attempts to hire Kidd to track Chama down.
Frank Wells, who had been Eastwood’s lawyer, was now at Warner Brothers, so Malpaso signed a deal with them. At the time, Clint’s directing career appeared to be stagnating. Pictures directed by others had made more money and given him his best roles. But when Robert Daley encountered a novel by Forrest Carter, published in a small-press edition of 75, the result was Eastwood’s first classic. The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) Crew: Director: Clint Eastwood, Producer: Robert Daley (Warner Brothers/Malpaso), Screenplay: Philip Kaufman, Sonia Chernus, Novel: Gone To Texas by Forrest Carter, Photography: Bruce Surtees, Editor: Ferris Webster, Music: Jerry Fielding, Production Design: Tambi Larsen, Stunts: Walter Scott, Assistant Editor: Joel Cox, Production Assistant: Fritz Manes Cast: Clint Eastwood (Josey Wales), Chief Dan George (Lone Waite), Sondra Locke (Laura Lee), John Vernon (Fletcher), Bill McKinney (Terrill), Geraldine Kearns (Little Moonlight), Paula Trueman (Grandma Sarah), Sam Bottoms (Jamie), Will Sampson (Ten Bears), John Russell (Bloody Bill Anderson), John Quade (Comanchero leader), Sheb Wooley (Travis), Royal Dano (Ten Spot), John Mitchum (Al), William O’Connell (Slim), Kyle Eastwood (Josey’s son) Story: When Union-supporting Red Legs kill his family and burn his farm, Josey Wales becomes the bloodiest of Bloody Bill Anderson’s guerrillas.