Donald E. Westlake talking about Richard Stark

February 9, 2010
Filed under: Aural Noir, News 

Aural Noir: News

Donald E. Westlake talking about the creation of Richard Stark and Stark’s iconic criminal Parker. You get a good sense of how Westlake/Stark wrote. He sets up a situation for his characters and then sees what happens.

Of the movie versions that Westlake talks about I agree, The Outfit is clearly the most faithful to Stark’s work. Lee Marvin is terrific, but he’s not as Parker as Robert Duvall.

[via The Violent World Of Parker]

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