Peckinpah: The Western Films - A Reconsideration

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University of Illinois Press, 1999 - Fiction - 410 pages
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Assesses Peckinpah's stature as a major artist and details the unbelievably shoddy treatment afforded his films by hostile producers and studio hit men
 

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Contents

Westerners
3
The High Country
43
The Dundee Story
63
The Farmer and the Farmers Wife
91
Men without Women The Wild Bunch as Epic
137
The World Elsewhere
215
Two Killers Elite
255
The Masculine Principle in American Art and Expression
309
World of Our Fathers An American Artist and His Traditions
331
Notes
371
Bibliographic Notes Filmography and Videography
391
Acknowledgments
399
Index
401
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Paul Seydor formerly taught at the University of Southern California and the University of Iowa.

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