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'''David Webb Peoples''' is an American screenwriter and author who studied English at the University of California and has had a significant impact on science-fiction. His work is known for its moral ambiguity and the award winning ''Unforgiven'' is credited for revitalizing the Western genre and Clint Eastwood's career.
== Career ==
Peoples began as a film editor, before co-writing the cult-classic ''[[Blade Runner]]'' when [[Ridley Scott]] (director) and [[Hampton Fancher]] (screenwriter) could not work together because of creative differences. Peoples also wrote ''[[Soldier]]'' (though it was extensively rewritten by director Paul W. S. Anderson), and the highly regarded ''Twelve Monkeys'' which was co-written by his wife Janet Peoples.
The screenplay Peoples received the most accolades for took the longest to produce. He wrote ''Unforgiven'' in 1976 but it was not produced until 1992. He received Oscar, Golden Globe and British Academy nominations, and won L.A. Film Critics (1991) and National Society of Film Critics (1992) awards for best screenplay.
On the unconventional side Peoples also wrote a comedy called ''Hero'' and the fantasy film ''Ladyhawke'' (1985). He also wrote and directed ''The Blood of Heroes'' (1989).
== External links ==
*[ Cinequest Film Festival] – Interview with Janet and David Webb Peoples
[[Category:Authors|Peoples, David]]

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