Sam Peckinpah's West: Legacy of a Hollywood Renegade 
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L.Q. Jones: Ride the High Country is to me - and to many, many people - the best Saturday-afternoon-hold-your-girls'-hand-eat-popcorn-and-enjoy-the-movie ever made.
Paul Schrader: Sam's contribution to the Western was like Orson Welles' contribution to film noir - which is that he chistled the gravestone.
Elvis Mitchell: There is so much of Peckinpah that is finally about failure - and it's hard to watch... it's hard to kind of acknowledge that a man can make epics about failure.
Narrator: He left us a lasting body of orignial and haunting work and in the end, Sam Peckinpah entered his house justified.