Nominated for 1 Oscar.
Another 4 wins & 6 nominations.
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(TV Series) (12 episodes, 1960) (written by - 1 episode, 1960)
(TV Series) (writer - 1 episode, 1960) (story - 1 episode, 1960) (teleplay - 1 episode, 1960)
(TV Series) (teleplay - 3 episodes, 1958 - 1959) (written by - 3 episodes, 1958 - 1959) (story - 2 episodes, 1958 - 1959)
(TV Series) (teleplay - 2 episodes, 1957) (writer - 1 episode, 1958)
(TV Series) (screenplay - 6 episodes, 1956 - 1958) (screenplay by - 5 episodes, 1955 - 1956)
... (screenplay - as David S. Peckinpah)
(TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
Music video for Julian Lennon 'Too Late for Goodbyes' - Director.
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Sam Peckimpah | David S. Peckinpah | David Peckinpah | Sam 'The Man' Peckinpah
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
[on his departure from The Rifleman
(1958)] I walked from the series because Jules V. Levy
and that group had taken over my initial concept and perverted it into pap. They wouldn't let Johnny grow up; they refused to let it be the story of a boy who grows to manhood learning what it's all about.
Was hired by Marlon Brando
to adopt Charles Neider
's novella about Billy the Kid, "The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones," that served as the basis for Brando's directorial debut, One-Eyed Jacks
(1961). (The Western was the only film that the immortal actor ever directed.) While Stanley Kubrick
was still slated to be the project's director, Peckinpah wrote what he believed was a good script; ...
Balletic, slow-motion action sequences, edited so that the deaths of two or more characters are shown simultaneously.