1976 · Seattle
by Jameson, Richard T., ed.
Seattle: The Seattle Film Society. Very Good+. 1976. (No. 52). Stapled wraps. [nice clean copy, tiny gouge at top edge of front cover, otherwise just light handling wear; an unmarked non-subscription copy]. (B&W photographs) Features include: an analysis of Steven Spielberg's films to date (the telefilm DUEL, THE SUGARLAND EXPRESS and JAWS), possibly one of the earliest films to take Spielberg seriously as an auteur (yes, they still said "auteur" in 1976; I was there); an article, "Another Side of Sam Peckinpah," by Rick Hermann, focusing on JUNIOR BONNER and THE BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE; a "formal appreciation" of Fritz Lang's great wacko Western RANCHO NOTORIOUS, by Richard T. Jameson; a long letter continuing a previous about the two versions of Howard Hawks's RED RIVER; reviews of THE OUTLAW JOSEY WALES (Clint Eastwood); GATOR (Burt Reynolds); THE TENANT (Roman Polanski); STAY HUNGRY (Bob Rafelson); THE RETURN OF A MAN CALLED HORSE (Irvin Kershner); A MATTER OF TIME (Vincente Minnelli); other films. . (Inventory #: 25365)