Showdown is a 1963 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and starring Audie Murphy, Kathleen Crowley and Charles Drake. It was originally known as The Iron Collar.  Plot[ edit] Two cowboys, Chris Foster and Bert Pickett, go into town to cash their paychecks. Bert gets in a fight after getting drunk and involves Chris.
Feb 8, 2021 · The Netflix original, filmed in black-and-white, stars Zendaya as Marie and John David Washington as Malcolm and explores their dysfunctional relationship through the lens of one evening. 5 The Netflix original stars Zendaya as Marie and John David Washington as Malcolm Credit: © 2021 Netflix, Inc. Why is Malcolm and Marie in black and white?
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Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Produced by Gordon Kay ... producer Music by Hans J. Salter Cinematography by Ellis W. Carter ... director of photography Film Editing by Jerome Thoms Art Direction by Alexander Golitzen Alfred Sweeney Set Decoration by Oliver Emert Costume Design by Rosemary Odell Makeup Department Production Management
Showdown (1973) Full Cast & Crew See agents for this cast & crew on IMDbPro Directed by George Seaton Writing Credits Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Produced by Music by David Shire Cinematography by Ernest Laszlo ... director of photography Film Editing by John W. Holmes Art Direction by Henry Bumstead Alexander Golitzen
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6. neon_overload • 9 yr. ago. Black and white films are often more sensitive to some colours than others, and in many cases it was more sensitive to reds, a bit less to green, and a lot less to blue. So what you say on screen was not the same as turning down the colour control on your modern TV, but instead: