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    Warner Archive Releasing Ride The High Country

    RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY (1962)
    NEW 2017 1080p HD REMASTER
    BD50
    Color - 94 Minutes
    ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 2.35:1
    DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 MONO-English
    English SDH

    SPECIAL FEATURES:
    Commentary by Peckinpah documentarians Nick Redman, Paul Seydor, Garner Simmons and David Weddle; Documentary: A Justified Life: Sam Peckinpah and the Hogue Country (SD)
    Original Theatrical Trailer (HD)

    In this brilliant, moving film directed by Sam Peckinpah (The Wild Bunch), cowboy icons Randolph Scott and Joel McCrea find roles to match their leathery Western personas, playing aging lawmen hired to guard a gold shipment. They donít have much: a horse each, a couple of dollars. And they have everything: their independence. But the frontier is disappearing Ė and so is space wide open enough for independent men.

    With luck, the two will find space enough for this ride and one last payday. They will also find adventure, including the dramatic rescue of a mistreated bride (Mariette Hartley), gun-blazing shoot-outs and a life-changing betrayal. Both an exciting Western and a heart-lifting homage to the genre, Ride the High Country is a journey into film greatness.

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    Great stuff. Saw this not too long ago, loved it. Must be one of Peckinpah's best.

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    This seems like the exact same release from about a decade ago in the Warners Peckinpah Westerns set, or am I missing something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Horse 77 View Post
    This seems like the exact same release from about a decade ago in the Warners Peckinpah Westerns set, or am I missing something?
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