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Name: REDMAN CDS
Number: REDMANALEP30

No. Tracks: 22
DIRTY HARRY (ORIGINAL SCORE) (CD)
Composed by: Lalo Schifrin

UNSEALED - HOLE PUNCHED

Original tracks. Produced by Nick Redman and the composer from original muti-track elements.

"Dirty Harry" provoked a critical uproar in 1971 for its "fascist" message about the power of one, as it also elevated Clint Eastwood to superstar status through his most enduring screen persona. Harry Callahan (Eastwood, in a role meant for Frank Sinatra) is a sardonic, hard-working San Francisco cop who can't finish his lunch without having to foil a bank robbery with his 44 Magnum, "the most powerful handgun in the world." When hippie-esque psycho Scorpio (Andy Robinson) goes on a killing spree, Harry and new partner Chico (Reni Santoni) are assigned to hunt him down, but not before the Mayor (John Vernon) and Lt. Bressler (Harry Guardino) admonish Callahan about his heavy-handed tactics. Racing against a deadline to save a kidnap victim from suffocating to death, and unbothered by the niceties of Miranda rights and search warrants, Callahan brings in Scorpio, only to see him released on technicalities. "The law's crazy," opines Harry in disgust, before taking it upon himself to ensure that Scorpio doesn't kill again. Directed in violent and efficient fashion by Don Siegel, with a propulsive score by Lalo Schifrin, "Dirty Harry" was the fourth Siegel-Eastwood collaboration after "Coogan's Bluff" (1968), "Two Mules for Sister Sara" (1970), and "The Beguiled" (1970). Critics at the time strongly objected to the heroic image of a cop's violations of a suspect's Miranda rights, forcing Siegel and Eastwood to deny that they were right-wing reactionaries. All the same, "Dirty Harry" proved to be highly popular and spawned four sequels: "Magnum Force" (1973), "The Enforcer" (1976), "Sudden Impact" (1983), and "The Dead Pool" (1988).

1. Prologue/The Swimming Pool 1:31
2. Main Title 3:29
3. Harry's Hot Dog 2:00
4. No More Lies, Girl 2:43
5. Scorpio's View 2:37
6. Red Light District 2:58
7. Scorpio Takes The Bait 3:30
8. The Cross 0:49
9. Goodbye Callahan 1:46
10. The Stadium Grounds 0:58
11. Floodlights 1:34
12. Dawn Discovery 1:01
13. Off Duty 3:15
14. The Strip Club 1:46
15. Liquor Store Holdup 1:21
16. City Hall 1:19
17. The School Bus 2:04
18. End Titles 1:21

Bonus Tracks:
19. Floodlights (Take 1) 1:43
20. City Hall (Alternate) 1:24
21. The School Bus (Alternate) 2:06
22. The Swimming Pool (Original Version) /Scorpio's View (Parts 2 and 3 - Alternate Vocal Take) 1:41

  
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