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Peckinpah Meadow and Peckinpah Creek, where the family ran a lumber mill on a mountain in the High Sierra north of Coarsegold, California, have been officially named on U. Sam Peckinpah’s nephew is David Peckinpah, who was a television producer and director, as well as a screenplay writer. This section needs additional citations for verification. David Samuel Peckinpah was born February 21, 1925, in Fresno, California, where he attended both grammar school and high school. He played on the junior varsity football team while at Fresno High School, but frequent fighting and discipline problems caused his parents to enroll him in the San Rafael Military Academy for his senior year. In 1943, he joined the United States Marine Corps. Within two years, his battalion was sent to China with the task of disarming Japanese soldiers and repatriating them following World War II. After being discharged in Los Angeles, he attended California State University, Fresno, where he studied history. While a student, he met and married his first wife, Marie Selland, in 1947.
A drama major, Selland introduced Peckinpah to the theater department and he became interested in directing for the first time. After graduation in 1948, Peckinpah enrolled in graduate studies in drama at University of Southern California. He spent two seasons as the director in residence at Huntington Park Civic Theatre near Los Angeles before obtaining his master’s degree. In 1954, Peckinpah was hired as a dialogue coach for the film Riot in Cell Block 11. His job entailed acting as an assistant for the movie’s director, Don Siegel. The film was shot on location at Folsom Prison. It became one of the most critically praised science fiction films of the 1950s. Throughout much of his adult life, Peckinpah was affected by alcoholism, and, later, other forms of drug addiction.