imdb is the only solid professional answer of course and you are positively
on the way with your list Jim....and I would count every episode of Rawhide
as one each...it was a different shoot (crew/location/DP and/or director
maybe...), a different cast, a different script/editor....etc...each one is
professionally counted as far as SAG is concerned, therefore, legally, it is
a different film...and as a critic you must acknowledge that....it would be
the same for every crew member you would list...Director or DP for
On 7/24/09 7:30 PM, "JIM DOHERTY" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
> Re your comment below:
> "Except for Clint Eastwood who ONLY made five western movies . . . ."
> Off the top of my head, there's A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS, FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE,
> THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY, HANG 'EM HIGH, THE OUTLAW JOSEY WALES, PALE
> RIDER, JOE KIDD, TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA, and UNDEFEATED. And I bet if I
> checked IMDb there'd be a few more. And that's leaving aside his TV work,
> like RAWHIDE and guest shots on MAVERICK and other Wm. T. Orr Warner Bros.
> western shows, and near-westerns like COOGAN'S BLUFF and THE BEGUILED.
> Math was never my best subject, but that seems like more than five.
> JIM DOHERTY
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