Great article. Great screenplay.

Sorcerer scriptCinephilia & Beyond recently posted a great article on Sorcerer. It features Walon Green’s screenplay, which you can download as a PDF. Be sure to check it out.

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What every well-dressed man needs.

s-l1600-2OK, maybe it’s not as cool as the one Spielberg’s wearing below, but it’ll do. You can get these on eBay. And no, it’s not me selling them.

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Clothes Encounter Of The Third Kind.

12642628_10205491720434606_6745522500829846467_nPardon the horrible pun in the subject. Here’s Steven Spielberg hard at work on Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (1977), wearing a Sorcerer t-shirt.

Thanks to Leif Jonker for sending this.

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Sorcerer in Potashville, June 1977.

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Blu-ray News: Sorcerer French import set.

Sorcerer French box

Have you seen this yet? It’s a French set of Sorcerer on Blu-ray and DVD with a production history and reproduction of the original script included. How cool is that?


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Screening: San Francisco’s Castro Theatre.

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San Francisco’s Castro Theatre has put together a great scumbags-in-a-hellhole double feature: John Huston’s The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre (1948) and Sorcerer.

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I hope William Friedkin is aware of this pairing, since he’s a big fan of the Huston/Bogart picture. If you’re in the area September 27 (that’s a Sunday), this is the place to be.

By the way, The Castro was one of the first places to screen the restored Sorcerer back in April 2014.

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A truck-in-progress.

61k5f6hf91L._SL1000_Finally, a production still from Sorcerer. William Friedkin stops by to see how the trucks are coming along.

Thanks to Tom for sending this photo along.

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