He contributed to the book "Gods in Polyester, or, a Survivors' Account of 70s Cinema Obscura" (Succubus Press), which features his memories and thoughts on the films he made from 1970-1981.
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Richard Harrison II | Richard Harrisson
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In my opinion, it is a death wish for an actor to be in too many B or should I say C movies. Maybe my greatest contribution to cinema was not doing Fistful of Dollars, and recommending Clint for the part.
In the mid-eighties, he worked in Hong Kong with director Godfrey Ho and producer Joseph Lai, making several "ninja" b-actioners. However, without his knowledge, the film-makers edited Harrison's scenes into several more movies, which were released with him as the star. Harrison found himself the unwitting and unwilling star of more than a dozen of z-grade actioners, which strongly tarnished his ...