7 MEN FROM NOW
1956, Batjac Prod., 78 min, USA, Dir: Budd Boetticher

The first of the Randolph Scott Westerns (and Budd Boetticher’s personal favorite of all his movies), the legendary 7 MEN FROM NOW was long thought to be a lost film – until it was restored by the UCLA Film & Television Archive, with the cooperation of producer John Wayne’s son, Michael. And what a rediscovery it is: Scott stars as a tight-lipped sheriff relentlessly hunting the men who killed his wife, while fending off distractions from lovely Gail Russell and loquacious bandito Lee Marvin.


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