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I Walk the Line (1970) Poster

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Considered by many to be Peck's worst film. According to the actor, "What audiences saw was not the picture we set out to do. John Frankenheimer, the director, left immediately after it was finished to do a picture with Ozmar Sharif in Europe. The studio people eliminated the prologue and epilogue which gave some sense to the story. They had Johnny Cash write songs, which simply reiterated the action on screen. Everytime I see Frankenheimerm he says, 'I owe you one.'
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Average Shot Length (ASL) = 8 seconds
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The scenes in town were filmed in Gainsboro, Tennessee.
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Scenes from "The Big Mouth" are shown at the drive-in, yet the poster is for "Hook, Line And Sinker".
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After working with him on " The Gypsy Moths ", John Frankenheimer wanted Gene Hackman for the lead, but Columbia insisted on Gregory Peck.
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Shots of the dam is Center Hill Lake on the Caney Fork River, located in DeKalb County, Tennessee. Some of the rural scenes were shot on Dry Creek, also in DeKalb County.
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