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Lonely As The Night: Randolph Scott in COMANCHE STATION (Columbia 1960)

COMANCHE STATION was the final entry in the Randolph Scott/Budd Boetticher/Burt Kennedy series of Westerns, and in many ways a fitting ending. The loneliness of the Westerner is again a key theme as the film begins with the solitary figure of Scott as Jefferson Cody, riding across that rocky, barren, now mighty familiar Lone Pine terrain. 480 more words

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Lonely As The Night: Randolph Scott in COMANCHE STATION (Columbia 1960)

COMANCHE STATION was the final entry in the Randolph Scott/Budd Boetticher/Burt Kennedy series of Westerns, and in many ways a fitting ending. The loneliness of the Westerner is again a key theme as the film begins with the solitary figure of Scott as Jefferson Cody, riding across that rocky, barren, now mighty familiar Lone Pine terrain. 480 more words

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Johnny Apollo (1940)

Under Henry Hathaway’s direction screen idol, Tyrone Power, turns from cute college boy to a life of crime with gangster pal Lloyd Nolan calling the shots. 857 more words

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Hot Saturday (1932)

Plot: Ruth (Nancy Carroll) lives in a small town and has a simple job as a bank clerk, but she soon finds herself the center of the town’s attention. 524 more words

Randolph Scott: 'Return of the Badmen'

RELEASED: 1948

STARRING: Randolph Scott, Robert Ryan, Ann Jeffreys, Gabby Hayes

DIRECTED: Ray Enright

(Still courtesy of The TLRHB Collection)

The Tall T

I wrote an essay on the cracking Randolph Scott/Budd Boetticher western The Tall T for Indicator’s impressive new Blu-ray box set, Five Tall Tales, out now.

Booklet Essay

Screening: Seven Men From Now (1956).

Directed by Budd Boetticher
Written by Burt Kennedy
Starring Randolph Scott, Gail Russell, Lee Marvin, Walter Reed, John Larch

Here in Raleigh, NC, we have something called The Western Film Preservation Society. 76 more words

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