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Walter L. Hill II | Wally Hill | Thomas Lee
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(On Extreme Prejudice
(1987)) I wanted someone who was representative of the tradition of the American West -- taciturn, stoical, enduring. Someone who carried a lot of pain with him. I told Nick, 'The kind of thing I'm talking about is Cooperesque.' I had him look at a lot of Gary Cooper
By Hill's own admission, his work on The MacKintosh Man
(1973) "wasn't much" and he did it to settle a lawsuit with Warner Bros, with whom he was angry for selling Hickey & Boggs
(1972). In addition, he and director John Huston
disagreed on how closely to stick to the book on which it was based.
Frequently has a minor character named "Luther" in his films