Western Actor Featured in New Collection of Movies

Criterion has a new set of movies featuring KA brother and iconic Western film actor George “Randolph” Scott (Alpha Sigma–Georgia Tech 1919) and directed by Budd Boetticher. Their new collection is known as “The Ranown Westerns,” named after Scott and producer Harry Joe Brown’s production company (RANdolph and brOWN), and includes “The Tall T” (1957), “Buchanan Rides Alone” (1958), “Decision at Sundown” (1957), “Ride Lonesome” (1959), and “Comanche Station” (1960).

All movies were filmed in Lone Pine, California, were shot in color, and feature Scott as some kind of a hero.

Read more and view the trailers at Criterion.com.