The Veteran Actor - And Cowboy Icon - In 3 Of His Best Roles.
The Desperate Trail
The law ends and the chase begins in a very alive tale of wanted-dead-or-alive fugitives (Linda Fiorentino and Craig Sheffer) pursued by a marshal (Sam Elliott) who's a law unto himself. Saddle up for a "well-written (and well-acted) Western with... surprises in store to the very end of the trail" (Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide).
John Milius (Red Dawn, The Wind and the Lion) directed and co-wrote this heroic salute to Theodore Roosevelt and his fighting Spanish-American War comrades. Tom Berenger (as Teddy), Sam Elliott and Gary Busey lead the way in the epic tale of the conflict that shaped the nation's destiny and a future President's soul.
You Know My Name
Sam Elliott "stands tall in one of the choice roles of his career" (Steven Linan, Los Angeles Times) as Bill Tilghman, lawman and former partner of Wyatt Earp, confronting an emerging early 20th-century era when outlaws run whiskey instead of cattle and are as likely to tote a tommy gun as carry a six-gun.