icon Film Profile: The Tall T - (1957)
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7.4/10 Stars
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3.5/10 Stars
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"Taut! Torrid! Tremendous! T Is for Terror!"


  • Director: Budd Boetticher
  • Genre: Western, Classics,
  • Studio: Columbia Pictures
  • Subtitled | Widescreen | Duration: 90 Mins

A perfect small-scale western. Randolph Scott plays the very ordinary cowpoke who stumbles into the hands of kidnappers, carefully biding his time to turn the tables and free their captive, the rich man's wife played by Maureen O'Sullivan. The outlaws are finely etched in Burt Kennedy's screenplay (from an Elmore Leonard story) as both ruthless and human, and skilfully portrayed by Henry Silva, Skip Homeier and, especially, Richard Boone as their leader, a lonely, intelligent figure who cannot escape his nature. It is superbly filmed, almost entirely outdoors, by director Budd Boetticher, and the vivid, desolate landscape greatly enhances the drama.
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Cast List:
Pat Brennan : Randolph Scott
Usher : Richard Boone
Doretta Mims : Maureen O'Sullivan
Ed Rintoon : Arthur Hunnicutt
Billy Jack : Skip Homeier
Chink : Henry Silva
Willard Mims : John Hubbard
Tenvoorde : Robert Burton

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