Lobby (Western Theatre)

The Great Train Robbery (dir. Edwin Porter, 1903)

Stagecoach (dir. John Ford, 1939)

My Darling Clementine – dance sequence (dir. John Ford, 1946)
see Douglas Pye, pp. 210-213 (Film Genre Reader) & Jim Kitses, p. 65 (“Authorship and Genre” on OAKS)

The History of the March of the 7th Cavalry Regiment (from The Searchers)

Martin Scorsese on watching The Searchers for the first time

Martin Scorsese introduces Nicholas Ray’s Johnny Guitar (1954) (example of auteur criticism)

“Kid kills Cowboy” scene from McCabe and Mrs. Miller (dir. Robert Altman, 1971) — see Douglas Pye, pp. 246-249

Interview with Sam Peckinpah
(click for PDF)

excerpt from The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage part 1
(1996 Oscar nominated documentary, dir. Paul Seydor)

L.Q. Jones on working with Sam Peckinpah


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