The Great Waldo Pepper
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Excuse my little english, I'm writing from Buenos Aires, Argentina; "The Great Waldo Pepper" is an outstanding movie, one of my favorites, with a beautiful story, an excellent director and a powerful cast, with Robert Redford at his best moment, and excellent performances by Bo Svenson, Geoffrey Lewis and the entire cast; the final battle between Kessler and Waldo is beatufilly shooted and it's impossible to stop the tears when Waldo becames an old still photo; the cinematography by Robert Surtees is so beautiful as Sven Nykvists or Gabriel Figueroa's; also is remarkable the work of the second unit and Henry Mancinis melodies; I found some relation with another great movie, "The Tarnished Angels", starring Rock Hudson, Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone and Jack Carson, an Universal - International movie directed by Douglas Sirk from the novel "Pylon" by William Faulkner, but Waldo Pepper is not so bitter; this is my question: "Waldo Pepper" is an hommagge for Waldo Salt?


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