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dull music for dull movie
The music budget must have been practically zero. The music consists solely of slow accordion, guitar, and wurllitzer electric organ puttering, with a female singing only at the very beginning and end. Better music might have enlivened this dull dreary movie.
Steve Cochran was and is the most handsome movie star Hollywood has ever had and he couldn't act worth a flip.
TCM has Panavision.
- John Wyman
The TCM broadcast of December 15, 2012 was letterboxed Panavision, unlike the pan and scan DVD which is pretty old.Can we hope for a new blu-ray release?
Ms O Hara in a Peckinpah Western
- David Atkins
Maureen O Hara beautiful woman and great star of the screen selected of all people Sam Peckinpah to direct her independent film Deadly Companions. The brisk western has some of Peckinpah's trademark action and co stars manly Steve Cochran Ms. O Hara in her frank memoir Tis Herself remarked how difficult it was to work with Peckinpah, and how he did not set up scenes correctly. To my knowledge this was the first and last Indie production mounted by Ms. O Hara.