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Albuquerque (1948)





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Randolph Scott puts in time with Paramount's Pine-Thomas unit in the big-budget western Albuquerque. Scott is cast as Cole Armin, the nephew of tyrannical town boss John Armin (George Cleveland). Defying his grasping uncle, Cole sides with a small wagon-train line which the elder Armin hopes to drive out business. In his spare time, he is wooed by local lovelies Letty Tyler (Barbara Britton) and Celia Wallace (Catherine Craig). Taking a break from his B-western duties, Russell Hayden plays Cole Armin's best buddy, while Lon Chaney Jr. does his usual as John Armin's chief henchman. Albuquerque was based on a novel by the prolific Luke Short.
Action & Adventure , Classics , Western
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Paramount Pictures


Randolph Scott
as Cole Armin
Barbara Britton
as Letty Tyler
Lon Chaney Jr
as Steve Murkill
Russell Hayden
as Ted Wallace
Catherine Craig
as Celia Wallace
George Cleveland
as John Armin
Karolyn Grimes
as Myrtle Walton
Bernard Nedell
as Sheriff Linton
Jo Gilbert
as Pearl
Dan White
as Jackson
Irving Bacon
as Dave Walton
John Halloran
as Matt Wayne
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Critic Reviews for Albuquerque

All Critics (1)

This big-budget Western fails to hit paydirt, but benefits from Randolph Scott in the lead role.

Full Review… | June 18, 2007
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Audience Reviews for Albuquerque

Standard fare, really, and nothing memorable. Not great but not bad, it's good enough to rent when you're wanting to see something you haven't seen before and you like Westerns.

Corwin McAllister
Corwin McAllister

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