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Callahan, Harry

(1912–  ) photographer, teacher; born in Detroit, Mich. A pioneer in color photography (1944–64), he shot 8 × 10 pictures, supporting himself with grants until he went to teach at the Rhode Island School of Design (1961–77).
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When he starts carrying out his threat, cop Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood, pictured), is called in to deal with the situation.
When he starts carrying out his threat, cop Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood, left), is called in to deal with the situation.
Well, do ya, punk?' Clint Eastwood is magnificent as .44 Magnum-toting San Francisco cop Harry Callahan. Here he's hot on the trail of a deranged rooftop sniper who's known as Scorpio.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.30 Secret Potion, 6.00 Ustath, 6.30 International Law, 7.00 Iamge Of The Moon, 7.30 Crystal King, 8.00 Harry Callahan, 8.30 One Cool Daddy.
In 'Concrete,' Brett and Anthony are the spiritual heirs of Clint Eastwood's rogue cop Harry Callahan in 'Dirty Harry' and its sequels: law officers trying to maintain order in an increasingly violent world, and often by illegal means.
Harry Callahan stands out the first division of the Classified Stakes at Kempton (7.45) after failing to stay in handicap last week, but the second division (8.15) appears much more open and the one who has tempted me in is To Reason.
In-form Harry Callahan has sound hattrick prospects on his move back up to two miles in the Betway Live Casino Handicap - having gone up just 1lb in total for narrow victories at Chelmsford and Kempton.
Mick Channon's HARRY CALLAHAN (3.35) can complete a treble in the two-miler.
In-form Harry Callahan has sound hat-trick prospects on his move back up to two miles in the Betway Live Casino Handicap - having gone up just 1lb in total for narrow victories at Chelmsford and Kempton.
Detective Dirty Harry Callahan in the Clint Eastwood starrer "Magnum Force" (1973) was able to bust the vigilante crew in 124 minutes.
An essay by Sean Corcoran, photography curator at the Museum of the City of New York, details WebbAEs life and career, looking especially at his friendships with other New York City photographers of the period, including Harry Callahan, Berenice Abbott, Minor White, Beaumont Newhall, Lisette Model, and Helen Levitt.