No. 40 in a series of 50 from Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes
Randolph Scott was born on January 23rd, 1903, in Orange, Virginia, and comes of an old Virginian family. His father was an engineer and he was destined for the same career, but on leaving college, he served in the Great War, and on demobilization, did not feel inclined to settle down to steady work straight away. While on holiday in California, he was given a job as 'noises off' in a film, and decided up on acting as his future career. After eight months with the Pasadena Community Theatre, he was given a film contract, and made his debut in Sky Bride. His latest talkies are The Last Round-Up and Wagon Wheels.