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Six Shooter  (2004)

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The movie Six Shooter, released in 2004 and directed by Martin McDonagh, was shot on Panavision Cameras and Panavision Lenses with Baz Irvine as cinematographer and editing by Nicolas Gaster.
Directed by | Martin McDonagh
Cinematography by | Baz Irvine
Edited by | Nicolas Gaster
Written by | Martin McDonagh
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Country | UK, Ireland
Language | English
Genres | Short, Comedy, Drama

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Chief Guard
Young Kid
Short Man
Donnelly's Wife
Junior Garda
Kid's Dad
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Hair Stylist
Makeup Artist
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Stunt Department
Stunt Coordinator
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