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From: Warner

The Ballad of Cable Hogue (Blu-Ray)

Blu-Ray (UPC: 888574489021)

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Jason Robards, Stella Stevens, David Warner, Strother Martin, Slim Pickens, L.Q. Jones, Peter Whitney, R.G. Armstrong, Gene Evans, William Mims, Kathleen Freeman, Susan O'Connell, Vaughn Taylor, Max Evans, James Anderson
  • Western, Comedy, Drama
  • 121:00 min
Price: $21.99
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It's 1908. The West has changed. Grizzled frontiersman Cable Hogue (Jason Robards) hasn't. Despite the fortune he's made selling water to thirsty desert travelers, he lies in wait. Someday two no-account desert rats -- who long ago robbed Hogue and left him to die in the baking Arizona sand -- will drop by for a drink. After the violence of The Wild Bunch, director Sam Peckinpah shifted moods with this memorable fable, less a tale of revenge than it is a lyrical, touching tribute to the last days of the West's pioneering spirit. Stella Stevens and David Warner lead an excellent supporting cast that also includes L.Q. Jones and Strother Martin as Hogue's old enemies.


  • UPC: 888574489021
  • Release: 2017-06-06
  • Content Provider: Warner
  • Runtime: 121:00
  • Genre: Western, Comedy, Drama
  • Language: English
  • Format: BR
  • Screen:
  • Aspect: ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 1.78:1, 16 X 9 LETTERBOX
  • Rating:
  • Audio: DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 - English
  • Color/BW: Color
  • Special Features:
  • Copyright: (c) 1970 A Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Disc Format: Blu-Ray

Cast and Crew


Jason Robards
Stella Stevens
David Warner
Strother Martin
Slim Pickens
L.Q. Jones
Peter Whitney
R.G. Armstrong
Gene Evans
William Mims
Kathleen Freeman
Susan O'Connell
Vaughn Taylor
Max Evans
James Anderson

Written by:

John Crawford
Edmund Penney

Directed by:

Sam Peckinpah

Produced by:

Sam Peckinpah