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#21 of 24 Ken_McAlinden

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Posted June 07 2007 - 12:55 AM

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You got that right, according to Schickel, Ward Bond was starring in a television series called "Wagonmaster" and that Glenn Ford was escorting a killer in "3:10 to Yuma".Posted Image
Schickel is a crtitic and scholar and should be held to a higher standard, but if you think he has his facts confused, check out Mark Rydell's commentary on "The Cowboys". I think he mentions at least twice how he gave John Williams his first big scoring job with "The Reivers". Posted Image

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#22 of 24 Robert Crawford

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Posted June 07 2007 - 01:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Ken_McAlinden
Schickel is a crtitic and scholar and should be held to a higher standard, but if you think he has his facts confused, check out Mark Rydell's commentary on "The Cowboys". I think he mentions at least twice how he gave John Williams his first big scoring job with "The Reivers". Posted Image

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I thought Williams scored films before "The Reivers".

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#23 of 24 Ken_McAlinden

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Posted June 07 2007 - 02:56 AM

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I thought Williams scored films before "The Reivers".
That was my point. He scored many films before "The Reivers" including "Valley of the Dolls" and "How to Steal a Million". It was an example of a confused fact from "The Cowboys" commentary.

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#24 of 24 Aaron Silverman

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Posted June 07 2007 - 04:28 AM

Maybe in Rydell's eyes, The Reivers was Williams' first "big" scoring job. Posted Image
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