Cinema: Blood Sport

Jean-Luc Godard once dedicated a film to him. London's National Film Theater has held a retrospective season of his work. Critics have ranked him with Hawks and Hitchcock for his economic style and strong sense of form. Yet to the average moviegoer, the name of Director Donald Siegel means no more than the brand of popcorn on sale in the lobby.

Coogan's Bluff, Siegel's latest film, will bolster his already exalted position among his followers, even though it may not do much to make his name a...

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