6 wins & 8 nominations.
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(TV Series) (creator - 9 episodes, 1960) (created by - 3 episodes, 1960) (written by - 3 episodes, 1960) (writer - 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 by - 11 episodes)
... (screenplay by - as David S. Peckinpah)
(TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
Directed Julian Lennon
video "Too Late for Goodbyes".
8 Biographical Movies |
18 Print Biographies |
2 Interviews |
9 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
Sam Peckimpah | David S. Peckinpah | David Peckinpah | Sam 'The Man' Peckinpah
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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[interview in Le Devoir, 10/12/74] I don't want to hear it said that I don't like women! I tried to show in [Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
(1974)] that I adore them. They represent the positive pole of the film, the life force and instinct.
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 only film Brando ever directed). While Stanley Kubrick
was still slated to be the project's director, Peckinpah wrote what he believed was a good script; subsequently, he was devastated when he ...
The lead character (or characters) in most of his films live by a code of conduct or honor that proves to be obsolete in the face of changing times.