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On January 19, , it was announced by Warner Bros. The suicide of Tony Scott , who was scheduled to direct, put the project in limbo.

The new version would involve drug cartels and follows a disgraced DEA agent who assembles a team to go after a Mexican drug lord and his fortune.

No director has been chosen, and a new screenwriter is being sought. In , a Hollywood insider website announced that Jonathan Jakubowicz was set to write and direct a remake.

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The marshals killed Blake and scattered the gang. This was the last robbery committed by the Wild Bunch as a gang, although some of its members kept up the robberies and killings for which they were known.

Marshal Evett "E. He made his main priority the toppling of the Doolin-Dalton Gang. Nix appointed one hundred marshals to the task, insisting that they hunt down all outlaws, but making this gang a priority.

Marshal Nix was staunchly supportive of his deputies and whatever they felt was necessary to bring down the gang. With him as their defender politically, his deputy marshals systematically hunted down the gang members.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gang of outlaws in central USA in s. Retrieved November 23, A Dynasty of Western Outlaws.

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In , the U. In Texas, Pike Bishop, the leader of a gang of aging outlaws, is seeking retirement after one final score: the robbery of a railroad office containing a cache of silver.

The gang is ambushed by Pike's former partner, Deke Thornton, who is leading a posse of bounty hunters hired and deputized by the railroad.

A bloody shootout kills several members of the gang. Pike uses a serendipitous temperance union parade to shield their getaway, and many citizens are killed in the crossfire.

They are dismayed when the loot from the robbery turns out to be a decoy: steel washers instead of silver coin. The men reunite with old-timer Freddie Sykes and head for Mexico.

Pike's men cross the Rio Grande and take refuge that night in the village where Angel was born. The townsfolk are ruled by General Mapache, a corrupt, brutal officer in the Mexican Federal Army , who has been ravaging the area's villages to feed his troops, who have been losing to the forces of the revolutionary Pancho Villa.

Pike's gang makes contact with the general. A jealous Angel spots Teresa, his former lover, in Mapache's arms and shoots her dead, angering Mapache.

Pike defuses the situation and offers to work for Mapache. Mapache tasks the gang to steal a weapons shipment from a U. Army train so that Mapache can resupply his troops and appease Commander Mohr, his German military adviser, who wishes to obtain samples of America's armaments.

The reward will be a cache of gold coins. Angel gives up his share of the gold to Pike in return for sending one crate of rifles and ammunition to a band of rebels opposed to Mapache.

The holdup goes largely as planned until Thornton's posse turns up on the train the gang has robbed. The posse chases them to the Mexican border, only to be foiled again as the robbers blow up a trestle spanning the Rio Grande, dumping the entire posse into the river.

The pursuers temporarily regroup at a riverside camp and then quickly take off again after the Bunch. Pike and his men, knowing they risk being double-crossed by Mapache, devise a way of bringing him the stolen weapons without his double-crossing them.

However, Mapache learns from Teresa's mother that Angel stole a crate of guns and ammo, and reveals this as Angel and Engstrom deliver the last of the weapons.

Surrounded by Mapache's army, Angel desperately tries to escape, only to be captured and tortured. Mapache lets Engstrom go, and Engstrom rejoins Pike's gang and tells them what happened.

Sykes is wounded by Thornton's posse while securing spare horses. The rest of Pike's gang returns to Agua Verde for shelter, where a bacchanal celebrating the weapons transfer has commenced.

They see Angel being dragged on the ground by a rope tied behind the general's car, and after a brief frolic with prostitutes and a period of reflection, Pike and the gang try to forcibly persuade Mapache to release Angel, who by then is barely alive after the torture.

The general appears to comply; however, as the gang watches, he instead cuts Angel's throat. Pike and Engstrom angrily gun Mapache down in front of his men.

For a moment, the federales are so shocked that they fail to return fire, causing Engstrom to laugh in surprise. Pike calmly takes aim at Mohr and kills him, too.

This results in a violent, bloody shootout—dominated by the machine gun—in which Pike and his men are killed, along with most of Mapache's present troops and the remaining German adviser.

Thornton finally catches up. He allows the remaining members of the posse to take the gang members' bullet-riddled bodies back to collect the reward, while electing to stay behind, knowing what awaits the posse.

After a period, Sykes arrives with a band of the previously seen Mexican rebels, who have killed off what's left of the posse along the way.

Sykes asks Thornton to come along and join the revolution. Thornton smiles and rides off with them. Marvin actually accepted the role but pulled out after he was offered more money to star in Paint Your Wagon Harris was never formally approached; Keith was asked, but he turned it down.

Ernest Borgnine was cast based on his performance in The Dirty Dozen Stage actor Albert Dekker was cast as Harrigan the railroad detective.

The Wild Bunch was his last film, as he died just months after its final scenes were completed. In , Warner Bros. A professional outcast due to the production difficulties of his previous film, Major Dundee , and his firing from the set of The Cincinnati Kid , Peckinpah's stock had improved following his critically acclaimed work on the television film Noon Wine An alternative screenplay available at the studio was The Wild Bunch.

It was quickly decided that The Wild Bunch , which had several similarities to Goldman's work, would be produced in order to beat Butch Cassidy to the theaters.

By the fall of , Peckinpah was rewriting the screenplay and preparing for production. He set out to make a film which portrayed not only the vicious violence of the period but also the crude men attempting to survive the era.

Multiple scenes attempted in Major Dundee , including slow motion action sequences inspired by Akira Kurosawa 's work in Seven Samurai , characters leaving a village as if in a funeral procession, and the use of inexperienced locals as extras, would become fully realized in The Wild Bunch.

The film was shot with the anamorphic process. Peckinpah and his cinematographer, Lucien Ballard , also made use of telephoto lenses, that allowed for objects and people in both the background and foreground to be compressed in perspective.

The effect is best seen in the shots where the Bunch makes the walk to Mapache's headquarters to free Angel. As they walk forward, a constant flow of people passes between them and the camera; most of the people in the foreground are as sharply focused as the Bunch.

The editing of the film is notable in that shots from multiple angles were spliced together in rapid succession, often at different speeds, placing greater emphasis on the chaotic nature of the action and the gunfights.

Peckinpah had wanted an editor who would be loyal to him. Lombardo's youth was also a plus, as he was not bound by traditional conventions. One of Lombardo's first contributions was to show Peckinpah an episode of the TV series Felony Squad he had edited in The scene mixed slow motion with normal speed, having been filmed at 24 frames per second but triple printed optically at 72 frames per second.

When the scenes were eventually cut together, the action would shift from slow to fast to slower still, giving time an elastic quality never before seen in motion pictures up to that time.

Lombardo and Peckinpah remained in Mexico for six months editing the picture. After initial cuts, the opening gunfight sequence ran 21 minutes.

By cutting frames from specific scenes and intercutting others, they were able to fine-cut the opening robbery down to five minutes.

The creative montage became the model for the rest of the film and would "forever change the way movies would be made". Further editing was done to secure a favorable rating from the MPAA , which was in the process of establishing a new set of codes.

Peckinpah and his editors cut the film to satisfy the new, expansive R-rating parameters which, for the first time, designated a film as being unsuitable for children.

Without this new system in place, the film could not have been released with its explicit images of bloodshed. Peckinpah stated that one of his goals for the movie was to give the audience "some idea of what it is to be gunned down".

A memorable incident occurred, to that end, as Peckinpah's crew were consulting him on the "gunfire" effects to be used in the film.

Not satisfied with the results from the squibs his crew had brought for him, Peckinpah became exasperated and finally hollered: "That's not what I want!

That's not what I want! He also had the gunfire sound effects changed for the film. Before, all gunshots in Warner Bros. Peckinpah insisted that each different type of firearm have its own specific sound effect when fired.

Critics of The Wild Bunch note the theme of the end of the outlaw gunfighter era. For example, the character Pike Bishop advises: "We've got to start thinking beyond our guns.

Those days are closing fast. Also, when the gang inspects Gen. Mapache's new automobile, they perceive it marks the end of horse travel, a symbol also in Peckinpah's Ride the High Country and The Ballad of Cable Hogue The violence that was much criticized in remains controversial.

Peckinpah noted it was allegoric of the American war in Vietnam, the violence of which was nightly televised to American homes at supper time.

It's a terrible, ugly thing, and yet there's a certain response that you get from it, an excitement, because we're all violent people.

He later admitted to being mistaken, observing that the audience came to enjoy rather than be horrified by his films' violence, which troubled him.

Betrayal is the secondary theme of The Wild Bunch. However, Bishop says, "When you side with a man, you stay with him, and if you can't do that you're like some animal.

Bishop remembers his betrayals, most notably when he deserts Deke Thornton in flashback when the law catches up to them and when he abandons Crazy Lee at the railroad office after the robbery ostensibly to guard the hostages.

Critic David Weddle writes that "like that of Conrad's Lord Jim , Pike Bishop's heroism is propelled by overwhelming guilt and a despairing death wish.

Vincent Canby began his review by calling the film "very beautiful and the first truly interesting American-made Western in years.

It's also so full of violence—of an intensity that can hardly be supported by the story—that it's going to prompt a lot of people who do not know the real effect of movie violence as I do not to write automatic condemnations of it.

About the actors, he commented particularly on William Holden: "After years of giving bored performances in boring movies, Holden comes back gallantly in The Wild Bunch.

He looks older and tired, but he has style, both as a man and as a movie character who persists in doing what he's always done, not because he really wants the money but because there's simply nothing else to do.

TIME also liked Holden's performance, describing it as his best since Stalag 17 a film that earned Holden an Oscar , noting Robert Ryan gave "the screen performance of his career", and concluding that " The Wild Bunch contains faults and mistakes" such as flashbacks "introduced with surprising clumsiness" , but "its accomplishments are more than sufficient to confirm that Peckinpah, along with Stanley Kubrick and Arthur Penn , belongs with the best of the newer generation of American filmmakers.

In a retrospective Roger Ebert , who "saw the original version at the world premiere in , during the golden age of the junket, when Warner Bros.

The documentary was occasioned by the discovery of 72 minutes of silent, black-and-white film footage of Peckinpah and company on location in northern Mexico during the filming of The Wild Bunch.

Decades later the American Film Institute placed the film in several of its " Years" lists:. National Film Registry selected it for preservation in the Library of Congress as culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant.

To the studio's surprise, the originally R-rated film was re-rated NC , which delayed the release until the decision was appealed. Warner Bros. The directive stated in part, "I have selected you to do this work, placing explicit confidence in your abilities to cope with those desperadoes and bring them in—alive if possible—dead if necessary.

Carr at Sacred Heart, Indian Territory. Although shot through the stomach, Carr shot Newcomb in the shoulder, and the gang fled without getting anything.

On May 21, , the jurors in Arkansas Tom 's trial found him guilty of manslaughter rather than murder in the killing of three Deputy US Marshals.

Nix, " Bill Dalton, meanwhile, had left Doolin to form his own Dalton Gang. This was the gang's only job. Various posses would kill three of the members and sent the last one to life in prison.

On December 19, , Doolin was reportedly one of six men who attempted to rob the J. Deputy U. Marshal Chris Madsen and his posse took a special train to Dover and picked up the trail at daybreak, surprising the gang around noon.

The marshals killed Blake and scattered the gang. This was the last robbery committed by the Wild Bunch as a gang, although some of its members kept up the robberies and killings for which they were known.

Marshal Evett "E. He made his main priority the toppling of the Doolin-Dalton Gang. Nix appointed one hundred marshals to the task, insisting that they hunt down all outlaws, but making this gang a priority.

Marshal Nix was staunchly supportive of his deputies and whatever they felt was necessary to bring down the gang. With him as their defender politically, his deputy marshals systematically hunted down the gang members.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gang of outlaws in central USA in s. Retrieved November 23, A Dynasty of Western Outlaws.

University of Nebraska Press. Ranch Diva Outfitters. Retrieved December 27, Bear State Books. Gunfight at Ingalls. I have reached the conclusion that the only good outlaw is a dead one.

It will simplify our problem The Evening Bulletin. Officer Down Memorial Page. Retrieved May 21, American frontier. John Jacob Astor William H.

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