Tag Archives: Noah Beery

Cockeyed Cavaliers (1934) – reviewed by George

What a funny movie! And I’m not talking chuckles; I LOL’ed a lot. This is set in the days of the puritans, judging by the punishments (stocks, etc.) shown, and Wheeler and Woolsey are funnier here than in the other … Continue reading

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Randolph Scott in “Decision at Sundown” (1957) – reviewed by George

Bart Allison (Randolph Scott) is riding on a stagecoach with a few other people, and he’s looking at the terrain intently. Suddenly he yells at the driver and the shotgun rider to stop, and when they hesitate he pulls a … Continue reading

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Randolph Scott in “To the Last Man” (1933) – reviewed by George

The movie begins at the end of the Civil War in April, 1865. Mark Hayden (Egon Brecher) hopes he never hears another shot fired in his life. And Jeff Morley (Fuzzy Knight) says, “And you goin’ to Kentucky!” Mark replies, … Continue reading

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Randolph Scott in “Buffalo Stampede” (1933) – reviewed by George

The original title of the movie was “The Thundering Herd”; the title was changed when it went into public domain. The film deals with buffalo hunters in the fall of 1874, when a hide could go for $15,000. Of course … Continue reading

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