Love my Randolph Scott collection. Some repetitions but who cares. Maybe I should  have a Scott marathon.





And those I still await dvd releases.





16 responses »

  1. Wow, what a collection, Vienna! I just started getting into westerns recently, but I can only only access those that are streaming. I saw The Tall T just last night — SO good! I also recently saw Seven Men From Now, which I also enjoyed. I’m always on the lookout for suggestions — which films from your collections are your favorites?

  2. Very fine collection there, and you can’t really go wrong with Scott. By pure coincidence, I’m featuring one of his movies tomorrow. Great minds!

  3. The Tall T is impressive, isn’t it. Scott’s adversaries were always good, from Lee Marvin to Richard Boone to Raymond Massey.
    I always liked Victor Jory and it was a nice surprise to see him as a friend of the Scott character in Fighting Man of the Plains.
    But they are all good!
    His five with Budd Boettticher are a must.
    Do let me know when you see more.

  4. Watch out in THE TALL T for the goof when Scott first arrives in the town of Contention near the beginning of the film. As he’s walking across the street, there’s a car parked in the alleyway between two buildings. Cars didn’t exist in the 1870s and it seems that no one, including the cameraman, noticed it and he was looking right at it.

  5. Vienna, you just can’t go wrong with a Randolph Scott Western. Scott is my favorite Western actor of all time. I’ve enjoyed all his Westerns ever since I can remember. He gave us what we wanted and that was plenty of Western movies. He made more Westerns than any actor from 1946-62. Thank you Randolph Scott.

    That was a really good choice of a Scott photograph at the end. Thank you, Vienna.

  6. I like Trail Street, Return Of The Bad Men, Coroner Creek, and Man In The Saddle. The Boetticher ones are a bit heavy for me although artistically they are the best of Randolph’s career.

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