In later years, Sam Peckinpah was able to burnish his image as a much-aggressed maverick by insisting that his first big-budget picture, "Major Dundee," was "possibly the best film I ever made in my…
An Album in Montage (Docu B&W/Color) A Warner Bros. release of a Tyrus Entertainment presentation. Produced by Nick Redman, Paul Seydor. Directed, written, edited by Paul Seydor. In B&W, color…
First-time helmer P.J. Pesce gives a tip of the hat to masters John Ford and Sam Peckinpah in this striking, action-packed and at times brutal oater. Concerning a lawman's pursuit of an escaped…
Bring Me the Head of Alfred o Garcia is turgid melodrama [from a story by Frank Kowalski and Sam Peckinpah] at its worst.
Director Sam Peckinpah indulges himself in an orgy of unparalleled violence and nastiness with undertones of sexual repression in this production.
The Glory Guys is an entertaining US Cavalry-Indian conflict, sparked by an opportunist army general who sacrifices dedicated soldiers to his ambition. Brawling fisticuffs, comedy and romantic…
The old saying 'you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear' rings true for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's artistic western Ride the High Country. It remains a standard story, albeit with an interesting…
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