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Randolph Scott

for fans of the chiseled, laconic Gentleman from Virginia who became one of film history's greatest Cowboy stars. having begun in Comedies, adventure films, War pictures, and in non-singing roles in musicals, Scott soon tackled only the Western genre for the rest of his career, much like his counterpart Joel McCrea with whom he starred in his last film, RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY (1962). Budd Boetticher, the director with whom he had a famous collaboration and with whom he made some of his best films, once said of him: "if the Confederate Army would've had a thousand Randolph Scotts, the South would've won the Civil War". a nice way to be remembered.

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Comment by Al Pearce on September 15, 2012 at 12:30pm
Then it sees nobody in hollywood really escaped you meeting them, Mr. Druxman. ;-)
Comment by Michael B. Druxman on September 15, 2012 at 11:22am

Budd Boetticher used to be my publicity client.

 

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