The Wild Bunch

  • 1969
  • Movie
  • R
  • Western

An extraordinarily well-made film about anachronistic outlaws in the early 20th century, Sam Peckinpah's THE WILD BUNCH feels like it should have been the final western. This harsh yet elegaic story proved controversial upon its release not only because, like BONNIE AND CLYDE two years before, it upped the ante on American screen violence but also, in more

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The Wild Bunch - Official Trailer
02:53 — Peckinpah's classic account of a group of aging outlaws at the twilight of their bloody careers. Extremely violent but brilliantly made!
(Movie Clip) When You Side With A Man
Heading for Mexico, geezer Sykes (Edmond O'Brien) leads the gang over a dune, causing Tector (Ben Johnson) to snap, and Pike (William Holden) to crack (more…)
(Movie Clip) Plain And Fancy They
After the bank job, still in military disguise, the Gorch's (Warren Oates, Ben Johnson) tangle with Pike (William Holden) and Angel (Jaime Sanchez), a (more…)
Wild Bunch, The - (Original Trailer)
A group of aging cowboys look for one last score in a corrupt border town in director Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch (1969).
(Movie Clip) Shall We Gather At The River
Part of Sam Peckinpah's preposterous opening, in which the prayer meeting enters the incipient shootout, Crazy Lee (Bo Hopkins) abuses hostages, and r (more…)
02:54 — The Wild Bunch is a western film directed by Sam Peckinpah, in which an aging group of outlaws hope to have one final score to settle while the West i (more…)