Woody Allen prepares to be fired from a cannon during filming of his comedy "Love and Death" in November 1974. The photo was taken by Ernst Haas, one of the 20th century's great photojournalists. A new book, "Ernst Haas: On Set," compiles Haas' photos from the film industry.
Haas' photo from the 1958 Western "The Big Country" is as dramatic as any full-scale movie duel.
Arthur Penn, left, directs actors Dustin Hoffman and Faye Dunaway in the 1970 film "Little Big Man."
Barbra Streisand in 1969's "Hello, Dolly!"
In this photo from 1949's "The Third Man," Orson Welles is hemmed in by darkness in a way that suggests the film's shadowy themes.
Crew members set up the crucifixion scene for "The Greatest Story Ever Told" in June 1963.
Kirk Douglas plays Sen. William J. Tadlock in "The Way West" in 1967.
Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer in 1961's "West Side Story"
Sophia Loren and Cary Grant in 1957's "The Pride and the Passion"
Ron Perlman and a crew member prepares for a scene in 1981's "Quest for Fire."