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"Coyote Waits, " features the master yarnspinner’s crime-fighting duo of Navajo tribal cops Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn (Wes Studi) and Officer Jim Chee (Adam Beach) in a case that has them chasing a cop killer as well as the legend of Butch Cassidy’s last stand -- and it's not the one portrayed by Paul Newman and Robert Redford in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."
• Watch video interviews with Adam Beach, guest-star Keith Carradine, and director Jan Egleson (text transcripts also available).
• Follow the filmmaking process -- read three passages from Tony Hillerman's novel, see how they were adapted into a script by Lucky Gold and then view the scenes as directed by Jan Egleson in the Novel to Film feature.
• Register to join the discussion about "Coyote Waits" and other topics of interest to Hillerman fans, or enter as a guest to read what others are saying.
• Talk to "Coyote Waits" director Jan Egleson on WashingtonPost.com Monday, November 17. at 11am ET. Visit the Live Online page at http://www.washingtonpost.com/liveonline/ to submit questions.
• Learn more about this corner of America and its people. Tony Hillerman himself takes you on a guided tour through his favorite spots, with photos taken by his brother.
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