Keith Carradine Intro - The Deadly Companions (1961)
Guest host Keith Carradine introduces The Deadly Companions, 1961.
Deadly Companions, The (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Five Ace Card Player
Strong stuff in director Sam Peckinpah's opening to his first feature, a title song recorded by leading lady Maureen O'Hara, co-written by her brother the producer, then Brian Keith, with Chill Wills and Steve Cochran in post-Civil War Arizona, in The Deadly Companions, 1961.
Deadly Companions, The (1961) -- (Movie Clip) That's What I Call Pretty
In his first feature, presaging things to come, director Sam Peckinpah stages a church service in a saloon, new-in-town "Yellow-Leg" (Brian Keith) and Billy (Steve Cochran) await their third (Chill Wills) as Maureen O'Hara is introduced, mocked by others in Strother Martin's congregation, early in The Deadly Companions, 1961.
Deadly Companions, The (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Hatin' And Wantin' Revenge
Complex tension as Billy and Turk (Steve Cochran, Chill Wills) follow maybe-partner "Yellow Leg," (Brian Keith) who's trying to make amends with Kit (Maureen O'Hara), escorting her to a desert town to bury her son, whom he accidentally killed in a gunfight, in Sam Peckinpah's The Deadly Companions, 1961.