This one is the last of the 'Dirty Harry' movies, made 17 years after Clint Eastwood first made a name for the tough-as-nails San Francisco P.D. homicide Inspector. I have to say he couldn't have done it without the help of Lalo Schifrin, who scored all the Dirty Harry movies (except 'The Enforcer', which he was unavilable for due to a timing quirk). As with the rest of Schifrin's 'Dirty Harry' scores, the music has a particular feel to it; it handles Harry's motifs nicely in places such as the track 'Harpoon' - which, coincidentally, also has a great cue in which Harry impales & kills the Dead Pool murderer, Harlan Rook, with a movie-prop harpoon. Included here are all the most memorable cues from the score, including 'High & Dry' when the movie critic is killed in her apartment, and the score from Chinatown robbery when Harry ambushes the thieves in the restaurant & Insp. Quan knocks down a suspect with martial-arts kicks & then arrests him. The motif for the explosive-carrying remote-controlled car appears in a couple of cues; it is exceptionally well scored for the tiny menace it represents. A score worthy of Dirty Harry himself. Fans will not want to miss this one!