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Henry Hathaway (1898-1985)


  1. Sam Fuller, The Last Movie, 1970.      “Old Henry” agreed to risk being forced into 85 takes by director Dennis Hopper, who wanted the veteran director to play the veteran director of the film within the film. “Then, his health wasn’t good enough. I’d liked a lot of Sam Fuller’s films... ” During From Hell To Texas, 1958, Hathaway famously blacklisted Hopper after they collided during 85 takes of a scene “until I broke down, cracked and did every gesture, every line-reading, the way Hathaway wanted - and the 86th was the only take he printed.” “Kid, you’ll never work in this town again.” And he didn’t. Not for another seven years until, of all people, it was Hathaway who hired him for The Sons of Katie Elder, 1965.


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