MacKenna's Gold

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1969

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Director:
J. Lee Thompson
Released:
1969
Rating:
R

MacKenna's Gold is a 1969 Western film directed by J. Lee Thompson. Gregory Peck, Omar Sharif, and Telly Savalas star in a story about a legendary Native American treasure that many have tried to acquire but few have lived even to speak of. Does it exist? Is there a curse on it? A U.S. Marshall and a Mexican outlaw are both anxious - like altogether too many other people - to track down the fortune. But if there really is gold in the Canyon Del Oro, maybe it is guarded by ancient Apache spirits...

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    • This was a legendary disaster of late-1960s Hollywood. It was filmed in the summer of 1967, but not released until the Spring of 1969 after extensive re-editing had shortened the film from three hours to just over two, reducing the roles of many famous actors to very brief cameos. It is said that Columbia initially regarded the film as unreleasable, and that there was some re-shooting. Gregory Peck always refused to discuss it in interviews and once referred to it as "just a miserable thing".

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Military & War, Love & Romance