Knowledge Identifier: $Major_Dundee
Category: Movies & TV (402)
Launched in 1963.
Countries: United States (68%), (18%), Russia (5%)
Linked to: Columbia Pictures
Dub Taylor - He joined Sam Peckinpah's famous stock company in 1965's "Major Dundee" as a professional horse thief, and appeared subsequently in that director's "The Wild Bunch", as a prohibitionist minister who gets his flock shot up by the title outlaws in the film's infamous opening scene, "Junior Bonner", "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot", "The Getaway", and "Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid", as an aging, eccentric outlaw friend of Billy's
The Searchers (film) - Sam Peckinpah referenced the aftermath of the massacre and the funeral scene in "Major Dundee" and, according to a 1974 review by Jay Cocks, Peckinpah's "Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia" contains dialogue with "direct tributes to such classics as John Huston's "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" and John Ford's "The Searchers"