Produced and directed the pilot for The Legend of Jesse James
(1965). When the series was picked up, Siegel became the series' producer but did not direct any episodes.
1 Biographical Movie |
4 Print Biographies |
1 Interview |
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Don | Donald Siegel | Allen Smithee
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[on working with Steve McQueen
on Hell Is for Heroes
(1962)] He walked around with the attitude that the burden of preserving the integrity of the picture was on his shoulders and all the rest of us were company men ready to sell out, grind out an inferior picture for a few bucks and the bosses. Eventually, we grew to like each other.
(1977), where Houston, Texas, is the location of a subplot in the story, the interior of the Hyatt Regency is not in the one in Houston but actually the one located at 5 Embarcadero Center in San Francisco, which is the same location for the disaster epic The Towering Inferno
(1974). San Francisco was also the setting for three other Siegel films: The Lineup
(1958), Dirty Harry
His films were frequently interpreted as having controversial, right-wing political or sociological undertone, which Siegel never commented on