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02/06/11 George Taylor Who made these? I need one to tow our teardrop camper? Could you email me.

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Not coincidentally, 20th Century Fox was developing its own film, Butch Cassidy and the [url=]coach factory outlet[/url] Sundance Kid.Warner Bros. bought The Wild Bunch in the hope that they could beat Fox’s more romanticized, “pretty boy” property into movie theaters.Parts played by William Holden and Robert Ryan in tonight’s film were first offered to Richard Harris and Brian Keith, both veterans of earlier Peckinpah westerns.The role that eventually went to Holden was turned down by Robert Mitchum, Richard Boone, Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston, James Stewart, Burt Lancaster, Sterling Hayden and Lee Marvin.Marvin initially accepted the role and then changed his mind and took the more lucrative part in Paint Your Wagon.Peckinpah scared actors away.Holden hadn’t had a hit in 10 years, so he was easy to bargain with, particularly since his drinking problem and reputation for unreliability were increasingly well known.Holden accepted $200,000 plus 10 percent of the gross after the film had made $10 million.Ryan was signed after Peckinpah saw his work in The Dirty Dozen.Principal photography ran from March 25 through June 30, 1968. 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But he was already on edge, complaining to everyone, according to biographer Bob Thomas, “how he fucked his way around the world after Audrey Hepburn refused to marry him.”Tension mounted until Holden walked off the set.“Where are you going?” the director demanded.“If that’s the way things are going to be on this picture, I want no part of it,” said “The Golden Boy” calmly.When Holden returned, Peckinpah screamed at others, but never again at Holden.The director did succeed in provoking Ryan, however, who threatened to “knock your teeth in.” Ryan was a former college boxing champion, so Peckinpah left him alone thereafter as well.Love-hate relationships were everywhere in The Wild Bunch. Peckinpah wanted it that way. He behaved as a foul-mouthed tyrant on purpose.PLAYBOY got it right in assessing the film’s theme: “Desperate men with a worn out way of living, locked in a doomed and brutal struggle against a new order.”It seemed to reflect who Peckinpah was. 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One of the boys is Peckinpah’s son, Matthew.The body count—the number of people killed on camera in the film—was 145.Even though they were blanks, more shots were fired during the production than live rounds were fired during the entire Mexican revolution of 1913—the same year in which this film is set. 90,000 rounds were fired by actors to depict this tribute to violence!Actor Ben Johnson, the expert rider and former stuntman, who started in B-westerns, said that the two Mexican women who entertained him and Warren Oates in the large wine vats, were not actresses, but actual prostitutes recruited from a local brothel. Peckinpah, always the provocateur, loved being able to say that Warner Bros. paid for hookers for his film.Borgnine’s limp wasn’t acting. 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Everson wrote, “The Wild Bunch became a paean to violence, and neither the pious pronouncements of its stars and director that it had to depict violence graphically in order to condemn it, nor the unquestioned virtuosity of its pictorial style could really counteract or justify the revulsion and nausea it created...” Warner Bros. didn’t believe in [url=]herve leger dress[/url] the film and did little to support its release. Nor did the Academy choose to recognize the picture in any meaningful way. There were but two Oscar nominations—for Best Screenplay and for Jerry Fielding’s musical score.But the DGA nominated Peckinpah for Best Director.Leonard Maltin, who has only nominal interest in westerns, calls The Wild Bunch “an authentic American classic.” And in 2007 the AFI ranked The Wild Bunch the sixth best western of all time. And #79 among “the greatest movies of all time.”So now—from 1969—Sam Peckinpah’s classic, The Wild Bunch.

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Been looking for a period radio for years at the right price, this is a Nice Essen radio,found in a classic car classifieds section, Probably 67> as it has a swith for 6v or 12v Made up, it looks real pretty, /aerial and speaker to sort now.
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05/03/08 ClassicDriver Hello, I just got the same, and i want to connect a MP3 player to the back 6 DIN ISO plug. Do you know the exact wiring diagram of the plug and the wiring to do for MP3 player ? Thanks
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Fixed broken switch. Plastic to plastic bond with cyanoacrylate, then used 2-part epoxy between threads to hold it permanently.
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What kind of camper is this?? What kind of camper is this?? What kind of camper is this?? What kind of camper is this?? What kind of camper is this??
What kind of camper is this??
What kind of camper is this?? What kind of camper is this?? What kind of camper is this??
I have been searching the web far and wide trying to figure out what kind of camper conversion I have inside my bus but I am not having any luck. Does anyone know?
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02/27/08 Ed Hill Your bus is not a Riviera. My guess is that it either a Sundial or an EZ Camper. EZ Campers had a metal plate bolted to the right front "fender" just behind the wheel. I guess yours does not have one or you would not be asking about what kind of bus it is. The style of paneling and the copy of the basic Westy design are what make me think this is an EZ or Sundial. Riviera also copied the Westy but used a different kind of paneling and some very distinctive style points yours is missing. EH
06/26/07 mkrakowiak It looks like the conversion kit that was in my bus. My bus is an early 64 and was shipped to Spokane, WA. I believe that mine is possibly a Riviera or Camp CO. ( or something like that) I have heard that the Riviera VW dealership group used a variety of companies to do conversions for them. I was talking to someone at a show once and he mentioned to me that it really didn't matter what I had (since I've re-modeled my van myself) the only thing that matters is that it is you van and you're keeping it on the road and keeping it real.

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This is my running project, a 1964 DD Panel Bus, from Puerto Rico. I've been a Vintage fan for quite some time and this are the first pics of my Camper Panel or Westy Panel(?) with the new roof rack. I'll be installing a 46" X 46" rag sunroof soon and post some new pics.
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05/15/07 Paulo David Hi,

You wrote about install a rag sunroof. I would like to do the same to my 64 Split. Can you tell me how you plan to do that? Here can I find one?

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