Junior Bonner (1972)


Directed by: Sam Peckinpah

Stars: Steve McQueen, Robert Preston, Ida Lupino

Language: English+ Commentary (2nd track)  | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Description: Ace Bonner returns to Arizona several years after he abandoned his family, Junior Bonner is a wild young man. Against the typical rodeo championship, family drama erupts.


2.07GB | 100:26mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English | Sub: English


====bluray extras====

Passionand Poetry, Rodeo Time

506MB | 25:42mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English


Passion and Poetry, Peckinpah Anecdotes

1.07GB | 55:50mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English

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5 Responses to Junior Bonner (1972)

  1. Mr.G. says:

    Filmed same year with The Getaway (again with McQueen) this fell between the cracks, at least for me, much obliged RL.
    Commentary is by Peckinpah Authors Paul Seydor, Garner Simmons and David Weddle, moderated by Film Historian Nick Redman.

    • Mr.G. says:

      ..kind of Le Mans (1971) turned into the rodeo circuit mind you, so more of McQueen than Peckinpah audience to say the least..

  2. sb says:

    Love it! Can you post Peckinpah’s “Ride the High Country”?

    Many thanks as usual

  3. Muff Diver says:

    Steve McQueen? Whooooo Hoooo!

    RL, now you’re talking my language! Thanks so much for uploading Junior Bonner. I have most of Steve McQueen’s body of work, with the exception of his last couple of films. He’d been on hiatus for years and was living on borrowed time when he made them, so I give him an alibi for a couple of meh films.

    Forty plus years after he’s gone, Steve McQueen is still the coolest thing on movie screens! He was taken from this earth way too soon. I sure wish he were with us today.

    Somehow, I don’t think McQueen would play for most of today’s audience. Matter of fact, I don’t think most of that generation’s film stars would draw today’s moviegoers. Younger audiences seem to want pretty boys, talking animals and more CGI than actual storylines and believable acting. Go figure.

  4. Tony says:

    Commentaries on Peckinpah movies are always fascinating as hell.

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