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Walter L. Hill II | Thomas Lee
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I am very happy about it. I mean no film is beyond criticism, but I think we've made a very modest movie. Heck, we did it in 39 days, it cost $20 million dollars, which is very cheap for Hollywood standards, and tells a good story. I guess it's the literary equivalent of a short story,
Originally planned for his Streets of Fire
(1984) to be the first in a trilogy of films centering on the character of Tom Cody, played by Michael Paré
, but the film's box office failure put an end to that project.
Has an affinity for the city of El Paso. El Paso has been mentioned in or has been the location of several Walter Hill movies.