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Ride the High Country (1962)


Ride the High Country is oft-considered to be one of Sam Peckinpah’s first successes: his second feature film and arguably the first to display many of the director’s defining traits. 822 more words

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Home Sweet Homicide (1946)

An odd title? Not really unless you look at the cast list and see that Randolph Scott is starring in a Nancy Drew styled murder mystery. 577 more words

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Hell Canyon Outlaws (1957).

Directed by Paul Landres
Produced by Jerald Zukor
Written by Allan Kaufman and Max Glandbard
Director Of Photography: Floyd Crosby, ASC
Film Editor: Elmo Williams, ACE… 515 more words

Randolph Scott

Badman's Territory (1946)

Just north of Texas, sandwiched between New Mexico and Oklahoma, lies an unclaimed territory known as “Badman’s Territory.” The place has become a refuge for outlaws, train robbers, and all manner of unsavory character. 473 more words


Trail Street (1947)

“Horses is a healthy smell, Hannah.”

No that wasn’t a Walter Brennan quote. Pardon me? Did you say Gabby Hayes?

Now we’re talking.

Trail Street from director Ray Enright by way of RKO strikes me as a western that was bridging the gap between the genre’s movement to a more serious tone yet still a “B” film with Gabby in character to keep things light and sticking his tongue out at the camera when needed. 545 more words

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Coast Guard (1939)

This Columbia “B” filler is proof positive that not every Randolph Scott film was a western though film history books rarely mention his other genre entries.  630 more words

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Virginia City (1940)

  • Max Steiner music. The beginning of the credits had me wondering.
  • Until today, I had no idea that Errol Flynn, Miriam Hopkins, Humphrey Bogart, and Randolph Scott had made a movie together – but hey, now that I do, I’m pretty jazzed about it!
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