Major Dundee film Product Information
|Category||Westerns DVDs, Native American Movies, Big Battles|
|Starring||Charlton Heston, James Coburn, Ben Johnson, Slim Pickens, Richard Harris, Jim Hutton, Warren Oates, Brock Peters, Senta Berger|
|Art Director||Alfred Ybarra|
|Director of Photography||Sam Leavitt|
|Editor||William A. Lyon, Howard Kunin, Don Starling|
|Screenwriter||Sam Peckinpah, Harry Julian Fink, Oscar Saul|
Major Dundee movie was released Sep 20, 2005 by the Sony Pictures Home studio. This film stars Charlton Heston, Richard Harris, Jim Hutton, James Coburn, and Michael Anderson Jr. Major Dundee video Sam Peckinpah directs. Major Dundee film This DVD includes an all new extended version with 12 minutes of never-before-seen footage, plus bonus commentary, featurettes, and more.
Major Dundee review Product Description
Sam Peckinpah's dramatic tale of the west, and of revenge Major Dundee review.
A group of men follow Major Dundee, a officer in the Union Cavalry, down to Mexico to recapture some children kidnapped by Apaches. ...See Full Description
Major Dundee movie Customer Reviews
A movie of great scope and ambition that is only partly realised. Peckinpah was expanding on the themes of his previous movie Ride the High Country.
By littleteddys (Brisbane, Australia)
||The Major redo|
The added footage is great it filled in a lot of gaps but the new sound track distracts from the movie.
By beglron (Denver, Co USA)
seen this movie?
Major Dundee video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6851412|
|Studio||Sony Pictures Home|
|Release Date||Sep 20, 2005|
|Running Time||136 Minutes|
|Additional Info||Widescreen; Dubbed; Subtitled|
|Movie Details||Color; Digitally Processed; Widescreen; Dubbed; Subtitled; Extended Cut|
Major Dundee DVD Features
Anamorphic Widescreen - 2.35
(unspecified) - French, Japanese
Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
Mono - English
Subtitles - English - Closed Captioning
Subtitles - English, Japanese, Korean - Optional
Additional Release Material:
Trailers: Original Theatrical Trailer
Audio Commentary: Select Sam Peckinpah Historians