Walter Slope Made 'The Champions.' Presently He's Back — Weapons Blasting — With the Western 'Dead for a Dollar

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'Walter Slope received the Cartier Brilliance for Producer Grant for his famous composition and coordinating business.

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A rough and energetic activity issue of the Hill brand name, straightforward exhibitions and vigorous set pieces.

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Dead for a Dollar is Slope's most memorable big-screen outlaw adventure since 1995's Wild Bill.

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Hill makes moral films full of characters who cling to (or challenge, in their own peril).

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Hill is, simply, an under-sung American legend, and as such it was our significant privilege.

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I did the Deadwood pilot and later I did Broken Trail [on TV].

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I've been a partner of Christoph's Three Step Dance until now, so I started composing.

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I needed to contact the traditional bases of Western countries. I needed to value them.

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They always say, "Are you going to retire?" Directors, I have never known anyone who has retired.

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