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Harry Callahan/Clint Eastwood: Something Special in Films (1976)

 |  Documentary, Short  |  1976 (USA)
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A promotional short which details the making of 'The Enforcer'.

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A promotional short which details the making of 'The Enforcer'.

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This short documentary is featured on the DVD for The Enforcer (1976), released in 2001. See more »

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14 June 2015 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Harry Callahan/Clint Eastwood: Something Special in Films (1976)

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This six minute promotional piece was originally made to build interest in THE ENFORCER, the third film in the Dirty Harry series. These vintage promotional pieces are always interesting to watch today just because it gives you the idea of how movies were sold during this era. The best thing about watching them today is that they're always full of wonderful behind-the-scenes footage including getting to see the director and cast members working on scenes. We get several great shots of Clint Eastwood on the set and going over a scene and talking about how he think it should play out. There are scenes of director James Fargo setting up a scene and making sure it looks real. Fans of THE ENFORCER will certainly enjoy getting to see some of this behind-the-scenes footage since it's really the only stuff we have available.


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