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Photo of Anthony Dawson
Photo of Anthony Dawson

Anthony Dawson

“I had never met Hitchcock before [Dial M for Murder], and yet he was about to do me the most fantastic good turn I could imagine. In that wonderful fat man's Cockney voice, he said, slowly, drooping every word separately, as though he had all day: 'Tony, I just called to let you know that I want you for this picture, so you're quite safe to make yourself a nice deal.' What could I say? I mumbled my thanks and put the phone down, feeling rather dazed, electrified, stunned; all of these. The full impact of this call from Hitch was very soon to come home to me.”

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    Roland Klick West Germany, 1970

    A contemporary of German New Wave filmmakers Werner Herzog and Wim Wenders, the too-underrated Roland Klick remains a director to discover. Fully embracing genre, this bracing neo-western cult classic, starring the great Mario Adorf and soundtracked by Can, is the perfect place to start.

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