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The Craft of Dirty Harry (2008)

A homage to the cinematographers, composers, editors and other collaborators who helped make the Dirty Harry series unforgettable.

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Gary Leva
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Clint Eastwood ... Himself
David Ayer ... Himself
John Badham ... Himself
George Gallo ... Himself
Peter Hyams ... Himself
John Lee Hancock ... Himself
Shane Black ... Himself
John Milius ... Himself
Jack N. Green Jack N. Green ... Himself
Joel Cox ... Himself
Jay Cocks Jay Cocks ... Himself
James Fargo ... Himself
Michael Madsen ... Himself
Lalo Schifrin ... Himself
John Calley ... Himself
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A homage to the cinematographers, composers, editors and other collaborators who helped make the Dirty Harry series unforgettable.

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Documentary | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 June 2008 (USA) See more »

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Leva FilmWorks See more »
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Runtime:

(Blu-ray)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Behind the Camera of Dirty Harry
15 June 2015 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

The Craft of Dirty Harry (2008)

*** (out of 4)

Of all the featurettes on the special edition releases of the DIRTY HARRY films, this one here is probably the least entertaining but it's still worth watching for fans of the series. Clint Eastwood comments on his opinion of the auteur theory and why he doesn't fully buy into it. From here we get interviews with the likes of Lalo Schifrin, James Fargo, Michael Madsen, Jay Cocks, David Ayer and several others as they talk about the importance of the editor, cinematographer as well as the composer. This featurette is basically paying homage to the people behind the camera who usually don't get any credit for their work. We take a look at all of their jobs and basically get to hear what they brought to the series. This here is a mildly entertaining featurette that at least pays respect to the likes of Schifrin but for the most part it's a bit all over the place. At 22 minutes the featurette covers mostly the first picture with the other four pretty much being overlooked.


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