August 4, 2016
I have many questions about this film. A little help?
Is this supposed to be the big reveal that Robert Vaughn is the actually the mastermind of the gang? Is this supposed to be him?
Question #2: Has there ever been a more annoying dub than that of little Midge?
Great bad guy death, though, head dangling though gallows built just for him.
July 23, 2016
June 17, 2016
June 5, 2016
First off – anyone know where this was shot? The sloping hills behind the town are new to me. Definitely not Lone Pine, Paramount Ranch… maybe Corriganville? I’ve been there, and this doesn’t look like it…
A little help?
This is my first George Montgomery western. Pretty good. His tough delivery reminds me of Clayton Moore, Lee Majors, at his best even the tough as leather William Holden.
Directed by Ray Nazarro of Charles Starrett fame. This may be the best thing he’s done. A complete movie, with motivated characters and complete arcs. Go Ray!
**Really nice variation on the Mexican Standoff at the end**
May 24, 2016
You know I loves me some Randolph Scott Westerns. This one is a railroad drama with post-Civil War North/South conflicts.
The shifting loyalties of Scott’s brothers is interesting, then impenetrable, and ultimately whimsical. Boo for that. Yay for Randolph Scott.
May 20, 2016
May 13, 2016
This Randolph Scott film from 1953 shares a lot with Chinatown, 1974. Locations: San Pedro, Los Angeles, Santa Monica. Stakes: water rights.
But does Chinatown have a ‘bitch fight’ like this?!
An Easy-Going Gent with Deadly Guns…and a Reputation to Match!
May 10, 2016
May 9, 2016
April 25, 2016
Is Edgar Buchanan in every Western, or just the best thing in it?
Neat story with my Forrest Tucker as a bad guy. Randolph Scott shows up way late in this, like near the 30 minute mark.