Somebody Has to Shoot the Picture

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Somebody Has to Shoot the Picture
Somebody has to Shoot the Picture
Genre Drama
Written by Doug Magee
Directed by Frank Pierson
Starring Roy Scheider
Bonnie Bedelia
Robert Carradine
Theme music composer James Newton Howard
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) William Sackheim
Producer(s) Alan Barnette
Oscar L. Costo (co-producer)
Mychelle Deschamps (associate producer)
Cinematography Bojan Bazelli
Editor(s) Peter Zinner
Running time 104 minutes
Production company(s) HBO Pictures
Alan Barnette Productions
MCA Television Entertainment
Distributor HBO
Original network HBO
Original release September 9, 1990

Somebody Has to Shoot the Picture is a 1990 American made-for-television prison drama film written by photojournalist Doug Magee, inspired by his interviews with and photos of death row prisoners. The film was directed by Frank Pierson.


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