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Comanche Station (1960) was a Western - Action Film directed by Budd Boetticher and produced by Randolph Scott, Harry Joe Brown and Budd Boetticher.

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Comanche Station (1960)

By Beatrice on Feb 7, 2017 From Flickers in Time

Comanche Station ? Directed by Budd Boetticher Written by Burt Kennedy 1960/USA Columbia Pictures Corp./Ranown Pictures Corp. First viewing/Netflix rental Jefferson Cody: Like you, for instance? Ben Lane: Like me, in particular. This was the last of the Budd Boetticher/Randolph Scott Westerns I w... Read full article


Comanche Station (1960)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 24, 2015 From 4 Star Films

Comanche Station opens with a man who willfully goes into Comanche territory. We don’t quite know why at first, but through haggling and bartering he’s able to save a captured white woman. It doesn’t come out until much later but it turns out that Jefferson Cody’s (Randolph S... Read full article


Comanche Station (1960)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 24, 2015 From 4 Star Films

Comanche Station opens with a man who willfully goes into Comanche territory. We don’t quite know why at first, but through haggling and bartering he’s able to save a captured white woman. It doesn’t come out until much later but it turns out that Jefferson Cody’s (Randolph S... Read full article


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Ben Lane: Frank, take a ride up river. See if they crossed ahead of us. If they cut our track, it's gonna put us between a rock and a hard place.


Dobie: Me and Frank were riding together up Val Verde way. Frank was alone, same as me. And we heard about this fella who was looking for some young guns. We've been with him ever since.
Jefferson Cody: You'll end up on a rope, Dobie. You know that.
Dobie: Yes, sir.
Jefferson Cody: You could break with him.
Dobie: I've thought about that. I've thought about that a lot. Frank says, "A man gets used to a thing."
Jefferson Cody: Dobie, when we get to Lawrenceburg, you can ride with me for a ways. A man gets tired being all the time alone.


Ben Lane: A lot of money has a way of making a man all greed inside.
Jefferson Cody: Such as?
Ben Lane: It can get him to thinking of doing things he might not otherwise do. You know, it's a long way to Lawrenceburg. It wouldn't surprise me if somebody didn't try to take that woman away from you.
Jefferson Cody: Like you, for instance?
Ben Lane: Like me, in particular.


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This film is the last of the "Ranown Westerns", produced by star Randolph Scott and his partner Harry Joe Brown under the Ranown Pictures banner. Scott decided to retire after this one, but two years later he was talked out of retirement by Sam Peckinpah for Ride the High Country. After that film, Scott retired for good.
Shot in 12 days.
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