Warren Oates: Hired Hand

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"With his rough-hewn face and gruff demeanor, Warren Oates had the kind of offbeat, chameleon-like screen presence that could only have belonged to a star from the freewheeling New Hollywood of the 1960s and ’70s. During this period, he left an inimitable stamp on classics of the American New Wave and cult favorites alike, including Two Lane Blacktop, Badlands, and Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (the last helmed by his close friend Sam Peckinpah)." —Film Society of Lincoln Center