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The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage (1996)

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Nick Redman ...
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Cliff Coleman, William Holden (voice)
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James R. Silke ...
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Gordon Dawson, Strother Martin (voice)
Jerry Fielding ...
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Sharon Peckinpah ...
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Peter Rainer ...
Bud Hulburd (voice)
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Sam Peckinpah (voice)
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November 1996 (USA)  »

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The behind the scenes footage used was silent because the soundtrack could not be located. The black and white footage used was shot for a reason that remains unclear today. See more »

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Sam Peckinpah: Even the battle was a ballet.
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References The Wild Bunch (1969) See more »

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Pretty impressive considering how the film was made.
27 December 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a very odd little documentary because of how it was assembled--and assembled is exactly the right word for this. Almost thirty years after "The Wild Bunch" debuted, the filmmakers for "An Album in Montage" created this film out of bits and pieces! Using some old black and white video (without sound), old interviews, modern actors reading lines as if they are Peckinpah and others from the film as well as footage from "The Wild Bunch", they created this making of film. Apparently, it was well received--so well that it was nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary Short. And, in seeing the results, I can understand the Oscar nomination, as it must have taken a lot of work to piece all this together. And, in the end, it does a fine job of creating a nice making of film--one that instills a sense of respect and excitement about the feature and seems reasonably complete. In some ways, I enjoyed seeing this more than the original film....really.


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