THE ENFORCER (Theatrical Release USA 1976)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.1|5.0 Stars ìììì

The Enforcer
—the third installment of the five Dirty Harry films—stays true to the shoot’em dead and keep it clean, honest, and ethical the Clint Eastwood way: no funny business and no playing around. And, as usual, Eastwood makes the audience feel thankful that there are people like him to keep the streets safe for the most innocent among us. Eastwood (playing character Harry Callahan) with a new police partner Tyne Daly (playing character Kate Moore) take down a gang of missile-stealing thugs determined to hurt a whole lot of people while saving a whole city and cleaning up the entire San Francisco police department in a cool 96 minutes—just the way it appeals to Americans—quick, easy, and efficient.

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Additional Thanks

Great work for Director James Fargo. Thank you to Producer Robert Daley for making the film possible. Thank you to Music Composer Jerry Fielding for the score and to Screen Writers Stirling Silliphant and Dean Riesner for writing a terrific, true-to-form script. Additional casting includes: Lieutenant Bressler (Harry Guardino), Captain McKay (Bradford Dillman), DiGeorgio (John Mitchum), Bobby Maxwell (DeVeren Bookwalter), Wanda (Samantha Doane), The Mayor (John Crawford), and Mustapha (Albert Popwell).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. Good watch for the adult audience.

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