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60 Iconic Groovy Moments Caught Behind The Scenes

Uncategorized | August 7, 2018

Rare Shot of filmmaker Sam Peckinpah on Set of The Wild Bunch

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Set in 1913, a group of gray-haired outlaws runaway to Mexico, chased by bounty hunters, after a train station hold-up ends badly. The lives of this ragged team of five ends in a bloodbath after a deadly run-in with enemies of Pancho Villa. The Wild Bunch was filmed during the violent and tumultuous time of the sixties, where the United States was enduring its own civil and social bloodbath and the Vietnam War was raging on. Regarding the iconic Western movie, Director Sam Peckinpah said, "The Western is a universal frame within which it is possible to talk about today.”

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Terry Claypoole

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Terry is a lover of the beach, history, politics and has a passion for social media and technology. In her spare time, you can find her at the beach (of course) enjoying the sand and sun and listening to music from the groovy era.