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* ''Film/LoneStar'' ''Film/{{Lone Star|1996}}'' (1996)


* ''The Clan of the Cave Bear'' (1986)

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* ''The Clan of the Cave Bear'' ''Film/TheClanOfTheCaveBear'' (1986)



* ''Film/EightMenOut'' (1988)(he also appears in the film as Ring Lardner, one of the two reporters who exposed the Black Sox Scandal. When he first started working on it he hoped to play pitcher Eddie Cicotte, but by the time production started he realized he'd aged out of the role and gave it to David Strathairn)

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* ''Film/EightMenOut'' (1988)(he (1988) (he also appears in the film as Ring Lardner, one of the two reporters who exposed the Black Sox Scandal. When he first started working on it he hoped to play pitcher Eddie Cicotte, but by the time production started he realized he'd aged out of the role and gave it to David Strathairn)


* ''Return of the Secaucus 7'' (1980)

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* ''Return of the Secaucus 7'' ''Film/ReturnOfTheSecaucusSeven'' (1980)


* ''Wild Thing'' (1987)

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* ''Wild Thing'' ''Film/WildThing'' (1987)


* ''The Brother from Another Planet'' (1984)

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* ''The Brother from Another Planet'' ''Film/TheBrotherFromAnotherPlanet'' (1984)


* ''Amigo'' (2010)

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* ''Amigo'' ''Film/{{Amigo}}'' (2010)


* ''Eight Men Out'' (1988)

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* ''Eight Men Out'' (1988)''Film/EightMenOut'' (1988)(he also appears in the film as Ring Lardner, one of the two reporters who exposed the Black Sox Scandal. When he first started working on it he hoped to play pitcher Eddie Cicotte, but by the time production started he realized he'd aged out of the role and gave it to David Strathairn)


John Sayles (born 1950) is an American writer and director known for making acclaimed independent films, usually about everyday people in North America. He is also a well-known [[UncreditedRole uncredited]] script doctor (usually to finance his directorial projects) and has one of the most eclectic filmographies of any filmmaker. He is also a published author and has worked in television.

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John Thomas Sayles (born 1950) September 28, 1950) is an American writer and director known for making acclaimed independent films, usually about everyday people in North America. He is also a well-known [[UncreditedRole uncredited]] script doctor (usually to finance his directorial projects) and has one of the most eclectic filmographies of any filmmaker. He is also a published author and has worked in television.


John Sayles (born 1950) is an American writer and director known for making acclaimed independent films, usually about everyday people in North America. He is also a well-known script doctor (usually to finance his directorial projects) and has one of the most eclectic filmographies of any filmmaker. He is also a published author and has worked in television.

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John Sayles (born 1950) is an American writer and director known for making acclaimed independent films, usually about everyday people in North America. He is also a well-known [[UncreditedRole uncredited]] script doctor (usually to finance his directorial projects) and has one of the most eclectic filmographies of any filmmaker. He is also a published author and has worked in television.

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* ''Men of War'' (1994)

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* ''Men of War'' ''Film/MenOfWar'' (1994)

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