The Nevadan (January 11, 1950)

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Randolph Scott and Forrest Tucker
 

Released on January 11, 1950: (running time 78 minutes) When a bank robber escapes and rides to recover a fortune in stolen gold, everyone in the outlaw town wants his gold, including the stranger from Nevada.

Produced by Harry Joe Brown and Randolph Scott

Directed by Gordon Douglas

The Actors: Randolph Scott (Andrew Barclay), Dorothy Malone (Karen Galt), Forrest Tucker (Tom Tanner), George Macready (Edward Galt), Frank Faylen (henchman Jeff), Jeff Corey (henchman Bart, Jeff's brother), Charles Kemper (Sheriff Dyke Merrick), Tom Powers (Bill Martin, Galt's partner), Jock Mahoney (henchman Sandy), Stanley Andrews (Deputy Morgan), Stanley Blystone (Red Sand bank clerk), Charles Halton (Red Sand bank manager), Reed Howes (hotel guest), Olin Howland (Rusty, Galt ranch hand), Lois Mason (Wilbur, Galt ranch hand), James Kirkwood (Tex), Kate Drain Lawson (Mama Flores), Hank Mann (waiter in saloon and barfly), Francis McDonald (hotel guest), Bill Wolfe (barfly), Victor Adamson (barfly), Jack Evans (barfly), Budd Fine (bartender), Nacho Galindo (Mexican stagecoach driver), John Rice (barfly), Jack Tornek (barfly), Rosita Varela (Rosita Flores)

 

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The Bandit and the Stranger from Nevada

Sandra Bullock, Shirley MacLaine and Warren Beatty, . . . . graduated from the same Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, Virginia, as the villain in this movie, Forrest Tucker. Before Forrest Tucker became famous in the television situation comedy “F-Troop,” he appeared in cowboy movies like this one. As a youngster of fourteen he worked at the Chicago World’s Fair of 1933, and after that he got a job at the Washington, D.C. Old Gayety Burlesque theater as the announcer introducing the strippers and comedians. Unfortunately, when the manager discovered that Forrest was not yet eighteen, he was fired, but then re-hired on his eighteenth birthday.

Square-jawed, tall-in-the-saddle cowboy star Randolph Scott maintained a more private life as a Hollywood star than most. Early in his career he heard a Hollywood insider say that a movie star should never be seen in public unless he was paid for it. Randolph Scott liked that advice, and he thought that Greta Garbo was a super star in her day because very little of her off-screen life was public. He figured that every fan could believe that she was the person that they imagined her to be, and everyone could see her differently, as they wished that she might be.

In this cowboy classic, Forrest Tucker is an outlaw who stole a fortune in gold and hid it in the hills before being captured by the law. He escapes from the Sheriff taking him to prison, and is quickly on the way to recovering the stolen gold. Randolph Scott is a stranger from Nevada who happens to be following the escaped outlaw. Their paths will cross and they will together fight the small corrupt town boss who wants to kill the outlaw and take the stolen gold. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

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