Philip Jenkinson on Cheese Westerns
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Sketch:(Cut to stock shot of man on horse riding into the sunset. Music swells dramatically.)
CAPTION: 'ROGUE CHEDDAR (1967)'
(Ordinary simple Philip Jenkinson sits at a desk simpering and pouting like a cross between Truman Capote and a pederast vole.)
Philip Jenkinson (Eric Idle): Horace Walpole's 'Rogue Cheddar', (sniff) one of the first of the Cheese Westerns to be later followed by 'Gunfight at Gruy&re Corral', 'Ilchester 73', and 'The Cheese Who Shot Liberty Valence'. While I'm on the subject of Westerns, I want to take a closer look at one of my favourite film directors, Sam Peckinpah, the expatriate from Fresno, California.
SUPERIMPOSED CAPTION: 'GET ON WITH IT'
Philip Jenkinson: In his earliest films, 'Major Dundee', (sniff)
SUPERIMPOSED CAPTION: 'AND STOP SNIFFING'
Philip Jenkinson: 'The Wild Bunch' and 'Straw Dogs' he showed his predilection for the utterly truthful and very sexually arousing portrayal of violence (sniff) in its starkest form. (sniff)
SUPERIMPOSED CAPTION: 'WILL YOU STOP SNIFFING'
Philip Jenkinson: In his latest film Peckinpah has moved into the calmer and more lyrical waters of Julian Slade's, 'Salad Days'.