James B. Harris  

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James B. Harris (born August 3 1928 in New York) is a film screenwriter, producer and director. He worked with film director Stanley Kubrick as a producer on The Killing, Paths of Glory and Lolita. As a film director, he made the Cold War thriller The Bedford Incident and directed actor James Woods in two films, the prison-guard drama Fast-Walking with actress Kay Lenz and the thriller Cop, based on a James Ellroy novel, which Woods co-produced.




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