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Sergio Leone
Sam Peckinpah
Mel Brooks
Ed Wood
Robert Rodriguez
John Hughes
Clint Eastwood

Sergio Leone:                   Distinguished Italian Director, who made his mark directing peplums & spaghetti westerns, most notably, “The Colossus Of Rhodes”, “A Fistful Of Dollars”,  “For A Few Dollars More”, “The Good The Bad & The Ugly”, “Once Upon A Time The West” & “A Fisful Of Dynamite” .

Sam Peckinpah:
Controversial US director who was once a scriptwriter for TV’s “Gunsmoke” & a  gopher for Don Siegel, pushed the envelope when it came to depicting screen violence. Sam’s specialist genre was the western & his two gems were “Ride The High Country” (1962) & “The Wild Bunch” (1969).

Mel Brooks:
This Brooklyn born writer, director, actor is the man behind some of the most famous comedy TV shows & big screen feature films ever made. “Get Smart”, “The Producers”, “Blazing Saddles”, “High Anxiety”, “Young Frankenstein” & “Spaceballs” are examples of his creative genius.

Ed Wood:                   Although considered by some to be the worst movie director of all-time, Ed’s films are a curiosity piece & continue to fascinate movie buffs around the world. Films such as “Glen or Glenda”, “Jail Bait”, “Bride Of The Monster”, &  “Plan 9 From Outer Space” still sell today on VHS & DVD.

Robert Rodriguez:
Texas born filmmaker who gained notice & critical acclaim after he directed the low budget but stylish actioner “El Mariachi”. The film was so well received that Robert was given the opportunity to remake it, with a bigger budget & a higher profile cast, the result was “Desperado”. 

John Hughes:
Director, writer & producer who made his mark in the 1980’s directing a string of popular teen movies, most notably, “16 Candles”, “The Breakfast Club”, “Weird Science” & “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”. He also directed   the John Candy comedies, “Uncle Buck” & “Planes, Trains & Automobiles”.  

Clint Eastwood:
Tall, tough, lean & handsome Clint established himself as America’s favorite tough guy after moving from bit parts in B-grade films to TV’s ”Rawhide” to Italian Spaghetti Westerns to his trademark role of modern day super cop “Dirty Harry” and later Oscar winning Director for “Unforgiven”.

Sergio Corbucci
Don Siegel
Alfred Hitchcok
Martin Scorsese
Quentin Tarantino
John Carpenter
Steven Spielberg

Sergio Corbucci:
The other Sergio, Italian director who made his mark directing muscleman epics, spaghetti westerns and Terence Hill/Bud Spencer action comedies. Some of Sergio’s most notable films include “Django”, “The Slave”, “The Great Silence”, “Odds & Evens”, “Duel Of The Titans” &“Super Fuzz”.

Don Siegel:
A Warner Bros. editor who was educated at Cambridge University before going on to direct Fabian Forte in “Hound-Dog Man”, Elvis Presley in “Flaming Star” & Clint Eastwood in a number of stylish action flicks, most notably, “Coogan’s  Bluff”, “Dirty Harry” and “Two Mules For Sister Sara”

Alfred Hitchcock:
Highly respected British born directed with the immediately recognizable bald head & pear shaped body, became known as “The Master Of Suspense” after directing a string of critically acclaimed thrillers such as“Dial M For Murder”, “Rear  Window”, “Vertigo”, “Psycho” & “The Birds”.

Martin Scorsese:
Respected New York director who had at least 10 credits to his name before he directed the gritty and controversial Robert De Niro drama “Taxi Driver”. More critically acclaimed films followed including,  “Raging Bull”, “The Color Of Money”, “Goodfellas”, & “Gangs Of New York”.

Quentin Tarantino:
Offbeat & unconventional filmmaker, who once worked in a video store, gained world attention with his cult crime thriller “Reservior Dogs” & later critical acclaim & an Oscar nomination for “Pulp Fiction”. His other films of note include“Jackie Brown” & the kung fu epic “Kill Bill”

John Carpenter:
From film buff to film student to filmmaker, John made his film debut with the 1974 sci-fi comedy “Dark Star”. His career, however, didn’t move into high gear until he directed “Halloween”. Other notable films include, ”The Thing”, “Elvis”, “Starman” & “Escape From New York”. 

Steven Spielberg:

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