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The movie was great, better to watch it again after many years of maturity.
But, I could only watch it on my computer. Read more
Iconic movie, it changed how we view Westerns. Good story with a great cast and beautifully filmed. The directors cut was long for my taste. Read morePublished 11 days ago by D. Soapes
If you want to watch one of the best Westerns ever made;you need to look no farther than Sam Peckinpah's "The Wild Bunch" I suppose one could argue about which Western is... Read morePublished 13 days ago by J. Guild
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Check e-bay. All the soundtracks are out-of-print. However, the French 10-track CD is fairly easy to locate. Warners also issued the complete stereo score as a bonus disc when they released the laserdisc in 1998. It, too, often surfaces on e-bay but it's quite expensive now...
Sep 26, 2010 by shureman | See all 2 posts
|The WIld Bunch on a XBOX 360 player?||
I get the same thing in my 360 player. It played fine in A35. However, there are some discs that can't play in the A35, but play in the xBox. I own two HD DVD players. How stupid am I?
Apr 23, 2008 by Stephen Steele | See all 4 posts
|Could someone tell me a good book on Sam Peckinpah?||
Sorry I responded so late. The best book on Peckinpah is from Paul Seydor: The Western films. Also David Weddle:If they move...kill em:the life and times of Sam Peckinpah and Garner Simmons:Peckinpah: a portrait in montage are very good books. Recommended!
Jul 11, 2008 by L. Ketzer | See all 3 posts
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