KILLER JOE (18) Verdict: HAVING made French Connection in 1971 followed by The Exorcist (1973), Chicago-born director William Friedkin had a little head start on Martin Scorsese, seven years his junior.
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WF stands for William Friedkin (film director)
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Byline: GRAHAM YOUNG KILLER JOE (18) Verdict:AVING made French Connection in 1971 followed by The Exorcist (1973), Chicagoborn director William Friedkin had a little head start on Martin Scorsese, seven years his junior.
CAPTION(S): RED CARPET J Gina Gershon and Elliot Gould HAIR WE GO 3 Gina with Killer Joe director William Friedkin
Crime drama, starring William Petersen, Marg Helgenberger, Gary Dourdan, George Eads, Eric Szmanda and Paul Guilfoyle, directed by William Friedkin (The French Connection).
Presented in chronological order, these interviews feature such noted directors as Billy Wilder, Frank Capra, Federico Fellini, William Friedkin, John Schlesinger, Robert Wise, Robert Linklater and Martha Coolidge.
When William Friedkin brought William Peter Blatty's tale about the exorcism of a 14-year-old girl to the screen, he made one of Hollywood's truly scary movies, offering an understated and terrifying glimpse of evil.