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Budd Boetticher

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Oscar "Budd" Boetticher, Jr. (July 29, 1916 in Chicago – November 29, 2001 in Ramona, California) was a film director during the classical period in Hollywood most famous for the series of low-budget Westerns he made in the late 1950s starring Randolph Scott. Known for their sparse style, dramatic rocky locations near Lone Pine, California, and recurring stories of a lone man seeking vengeance amidst a brutal and abstract landscape, the films have, decades after their release, come to be known as some of the most important Westerns ever made,[citation needed] often compared to the works of existential writers or to narratives from the Old Testament. Until 2008, only Seven Men From Now had received a special edition DVD release, and the remainder of Boetticher's most acclaimed films, including Ride Lonesome, The Tall T, Comanche Station, Decision at Sundown, and Buchanan Rides Alone, which were once unavailable, had a DVD release on November 4, 2008 as the Budd Boetticher Box Set. Description above from the Wikipedia article  Budd Boetticher, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Jul 29, 1916 In Chicago, Illinois, United States
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Good Luck, Mr. Yates 1943-06-29
Latest Project:
Movie Budd Boetticher: One On One 2022
Known For
Poster of Budd Boetticher: One On One
Poster of Western Legenden - Made in Hollywood
Poster of John Wayne's 'The Alamo'
Poster of Good Luck, Mr. Yates
Movie Budd Boetticher: One On One 2022
Movie Western Legenden - Made in Hollywood Himself 2009-03-21
Movie Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story Himself 2007-11-08
Movie Visiting Budd Boetticher Himself 2000-01-01
Movie John Wayne's 'The Alamo' Self 1992-06-06
Movie Tequila Sunrise Judge Nizetitch 1988-12-02
Movie Good Luck, Mr. Yates Hocoy McManus 1943-06-29