The Randolph Scott Collection - 12 Classic Westerns Blu-ray Unboxing and Review


Saddle up, pardners, The Randolph Scott Collection from Mill Creek Entertainment has arrived! In this episode, we detail all 12 of the westerns included, every new special feature, and discuss why this period in Scott's career is so special!


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  1. I have been watching these films from the last backwards. I have watched the last four so far and I have come to the same opinion. They are good, like 6/10, but not better. I find this weird because the stories are always interesting and to the point. The director uses the widescreen really well with interesting locations. The supporting characters are always good. I have come to the opinion that the fault lies with Randolph Scott. He seems to be sleeping throughout these films. At best he's wooden and dull. The last one I watched was Comanche Station and he was just blown off the screen by Claude Akins. There is just no charisma or vibrancy to his performances. I remember him being much better in earlier films, like Pittsburgh. Does anyone else have any other opinions? I am curious.

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