John Milius’ BIG WEDNESDAY

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Peter

Editor-In-Chief of The Deuce: Grindhouse Cinema Database/Furious Cinema contributor. Pete is a rabid movie geek who enjoys everything from wild n' crazy exploitation/cult flix to big budget mainstream classics. His other interests include: graphic design, cartooning and music.

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  1. January 17, 2011

    [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Grindhouse Database. Grindhouse Database said: RT @furiouscinema: FURIOUS FLIX: BIG WEDNESDAY (1978) http://nblo.gs/d7cKd [...]

  2. March 21, 2011

    [...] writers. After temporarily looking for another director to make the film (including Writer-Director John Milius who had to pass due to another project) Leone finally got the backing to start work on the gangster [...]

  3. March 24, 2011

    [...] shipmates. The dialogue was rewritten a few times and Spielberg’s pal Director/Screenwriter John Milius (Conan The Barbarian) rewrote the scene and gave it that trademark Milius touch which was [...]

  4. March 31, 2011

    [...] the most brilliant visionary works of cinema ever made. The script was co-written by John Milius (Big Wednesday) who injected the story with many of his own obsessions such as the theme of men treated as gods, [...]

  5. July 16, 2011

    [...] The name John Milner is a homage to George Lucas’ friend Director John Milius. [...]

  6. November 3, 2011

    [...] had previously co-written another Eastwood film, Magnum Force (the sequel to Dirty Harry) with John Milius a year [...]

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