Browsing the archives for the James Coburn tag

Firepower (1979)

Firepower is a late `70’s action film directed by Michael Winner, who is better known for the first three Death Wish movies, with Charles Bronson. While Bronson isn’t on hand here, two other Magnificent Seven alumni are present, James Coburn and Eli Wallach – which has nothing to do with this review really – just thought I’d mention it.

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Hard Times (1975)

Country: United States Director: Walter Hill Starring: Charles Bronson, James Coburn, Jill Ireland, Strother Martin, Robert Tessier Music: Barry DeVorzon AKA: The Street Fighter I consider myself a pretty big Charles Bronson fan. I even don’t mind some of the violent dross he made in the 1980s as his career was petering out. I think […]

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The President’s Analyst (1967)

Country: United StatesDirected by Theodore FlickerJames Coburn, Godfrey Cambridge, Severn Darden, Barry McGuire, Joan Delaney, Walter Burke, William Daniels Music by Lalo Schifrin The President’s Analyst is an unusual and amusing spy comedy. It managed the two card trick of not only tapping into the sixties spy boom (like Coburn’s Flint flicks), but it also […]

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The Intercine Project (1974)

Country: United Kingdon / West GermanyDirected by Ken HughesJames Coburn, Lee Grant, Harry Andrews, Ian Hendry, Keenan Wynn, Christiane Kruger, Michael Jayston, Julian Glover Music by Roy Budd Based on the novel ‘Intercine’ by Mort W. Elkind internecine adj. mutually destructive. That’s not me, being a smart alec, above. I have 2 reasons for listing […]

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