- Rated: R
- Closed captioning available
- Run Time: 2 hours, 1 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: January 10, 2006
- Originally Released: 1970
- Label: Warner Home Video
Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
Packaging: Keep Case
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 1.78
- Dolby Digital 1.0 - English
- Dolby Digital 1.0 - French
- Subtitles - English, French, Spanish
Additional Release Material
- Audio Commentary - Nick Redman - Peckinpah Biographer/Documentarian
- - Paul Seydor - Peckinpah Biographer/Documentarian
- - Garner Simmons - Peckinpah Biographer/Documentarian
- - David Weddle - Peckinpah Biographer/Documentarian
- Featurettes - "The Ladiest Damn'd Lady: An Afternoon with Actress Stella Stevens"
- - "Sam Peckinpah's West: A Study of the Filmmaker"
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Wall Street Journal - 07/04/2013
"Jason Robards is superb in the title role of a prospector and desert rat who nearly dies in the desert before discovering a freshwater spring and reinventing himself as an entrepreneur."
This charming comic western features a winning performance by star Jason Robards as prospector Calble Hogue. Double-crossed and left for dead in the desert, Hogue recovers to find the only well for miles. Soon Hogue's turned the place into a thriving oasis and eventually his treacherous partners return so Hogue can have the revenge he hankers. An unusual but winning offering from the notoriously violent Peckinpah.
Description by Warner Home Video:
Ballad of Cable Hogue, The
Sam Peckinpah's light-hearted, rambunctious ode to the dying Wild West, with Jason Robards as a rascally prospector who transforms a desert water-hole into big business.
Director: Sam Peckinpah
Starring: Jason Robards, Stella Stevens, David Warner
Theatrical Release |
- Shot in Technicolor on location.
- Additional cast: Susan O'Connell (Claudia); Max Evans (Webb Seely); Felix Nelson (William; and Easy Pickens (Easy).
- Matthew Peckinpah, who plays the little boy, Matthew, is director Sam Peckinpah's son.
- Copyright Phil Feldman Productions, Inc. and Warner Bros. 1969.