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An Outback Diversion: STINGAREE

Supposedly, the Australian outback of 1874 is a desperado wilderness, a land that, as one complaint has it, is filled with too many English crooks and not enough sheepherders. But from what we see in […]

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DRAGON INN and Out

Combining the gory fight choreography of Japanese chanbara, the proscenium staging of Peking Opera, the modernist editing of the French New Wave, and the stunt techniques of Hollywood, King Hu’s Dragon Inn was the rare […]

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Killer of Men: LAWMAN

It’s a familiar sight. The lone figure emerges from a vast western landscape. Riding high on his mount, he is stoic and directly perceived as determined and competent. In the case of Michael Winner’s Lawman […]

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