Boy, was I wrong. What with Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood's singing, a whorehouse being built, a criminal tunnel being dug under "No Name Town," and a polygamous relationship among Marvin, Eastwood, and local honey Jean Seberg, Paint Your Wagon is so chock full of debauchery one might think Sam Peckinpah had been involved.
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One evening, Howard Beale (Peter Finch), a network news anchor, becomes fed up with the pablum of network news, decides he's mad as hell, he can't take it any more, and he's going to start telling the truth (or kill himself). Panicked producers fire him, but not before his ratings soar; so he's brought back as a commentator. Over the next few weeks, Beale becomes increasingly unstable and even delusional, but continues to tell the truth. The network's ratings soar, driving events forward to a tragic conclusion.
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The actor, who tackles TV news in his acclaimed new film GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK, is a huge fan of Sidney Lumet's 1976 movie, starring Faye Dunaway and Peter Finch, and is keen to bring the drama to TV and air it live.
It's not the first time Clooney has been involved in such a project - he once starred in a live ER and in 2000 he executive produced and starred in a live TV version of 1964 Cold War drama FAIL SAFE.
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