Poor Clark

I felt so sad when Stuart Margolin's character left his poor faceless buddy behind. Whoever was playing the role of Clark was able to give him a personality without his saying a word.

I could be a morning person if morning happened at noon.


I was actually hoping "Clark" would turn out to be the Gunslinger. Maybe after finding out Harry was killed, he puts the face back on to avenge him, and actually be the hero this time. Yul Brynner was barely in the film, and obviously didn't need to be.