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Decision at Sundown

Decision at Sundown

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The Day Bart Allison Came To Sundown

 

Decision at Sundown, This particular Budd Boetticher/Randolph Scott collaboration finds Scott as the meanest he ever was on the screen. At least since Coroner Creek where he played a similarly driven man on a vengeance quest against a man who killed his bride to be.

It’s worse in Decision at Sundown. A few years earlier when Scott was away at war John Carroll took up with Scott’s late wife. Now Randy with sidekick Noah Beery, Jr. has come into the town of Sundown looking to kill Carroll who has moved there and essentially taken over with his bought and paid for sheriff Andrew Duggan. Carroll by no coincidence I’m sure is getting married to Karen Steele that day, the daughter of a local rancher John Litel much to the dismay of Carroll’s long time mistress Valerie French.

Scott interrupts the wedding and then he and Beery are trapped in a barn. While all this is going on a lot of the townsfolk who have let Carroll and his bully boys run roughshod over them start reexamining what’s happened to their town.

Decision at Sundown shows Randolph Scott as the ugliest he ever was on the screen. He’s a pretty mean hero in Coroner Creek as Chris Danning. But his character of Bart Allison in this film makes Danning look like a Boy Scout.

I can’t say any more, you’ll just have to see the rather unusual ending in this film and how it works out for Scott and the rest of the town of Sundown.

Let’s just say he changed everyone’s life, but his own.

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