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Walter Hill's back in the saddle with ‘Dead for a Dollar'

2 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

LIDO, Venice, Italy - While the Western has often been declared ‘dead' it continually resurfaces as evidenced by “Dead for a Dollar,” Walter Hill's lean, mean classical Western opening Friday.
Hill's credits include the teen gang war classic “The Warriors,” the Eddie Murphy-Nick Nolte “48 HRS” buddy cop franchise and “Deadwood” and “Broken Trail” on TV. At 80 he's back with a Western starring Christophe Waltz as the bounty hunter Max Borlund and Willem Dafoe as Joe Cribbens, his sociopathic prey.
Walter Hill directed ‘Dead for a Dollar,' which premiered at the Venice Film Festival.
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