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Uploaded on Nov 28, 2006
"That Guy: The Legacy of Dub Taylor" is a ground-breaking documentary about Walter Clarence "Dub" Taylor, a Western film actor from Augusta, Ga. Taylor is credited with acting in more than 500 films and television shows, and was most well-known for his portrayal as Michael J. Pollard's double-crossing father in Bonnie & Clyde. However, most who've seen Taylor on film never remember his name after the credits roll. The well-respected character actor, with an active, six-decade career, never played a lead role in a major motion picture. Taylor's last role was a cameo in the 1994 blockbuster, Maverick, starring Jodie Foster and Mel Gibson.
Go behind the scenes and get an exclusive first look at the many interviews in the feature-length documentary that is counted as the first in-depth look at a man who most in the industry knew and respected, but who was content to stay out of the limelight.
"That Guy: The Legacy of Dub Taylor" from JamesWorks Entertainment and Professor Pauper Productions will premiere in Taylor's hometown of Augusta April 14, 2007 at the Morris Museum of Art.
"Behind the Scenes of That Guy: The Legacy of Dub Taylor" was directed by James Kicklighter. The Executive Producers are Mark Stokes, James Kicklighter, and Kasey Stokes. The Producers are Angelo Castillo and Roger Byrd. The Supervising Producer is Christa Maerker. The Directors of Photography are Angelo Castillo, Chris Clark, and J. Lawrence Williams.