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Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid: Extended
Extended Edition
July 04, 2012    
(Updated: September 12, 2012)
Overall rating 
 
8.0
Enjoyment 
 
8.0

April 4, 2010 @ 5:03 pm

I enjoyed this very much after my disappointment with the 2 Disc special edition.

Leonenut, unlike Seydor, respects Peckinpah’s vision and gives us the most complete and honest version of Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid available.

I am glad the most moving and memorable moment in the movie, Slim Pickens’ death scene has retained the original Bob Dylan score. It surprised me that Seydor used the vocal version in the 2005 version because Peckinpah was clear as to why he did not want to use it.

The image and audio quality of the DVD is great. I only noticed one small unsyncopated audio transition, which is hardly noticeable. BUT there is one big nasty cut towards the end of the movie where the beginning of a line is cut (Pat & Co approach Sumner). It is a shame that this one mistake comes so late in the picture because all before it had been perfect.

Still very recommended if you wish to see a version as close to the one Peckinpah himself showed for his friends at home.

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