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The Overland Express (1938)

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It's 1861 and Buck gets the business men of Sacramento to establish the Pony express. Hawley runs the stage line over the same route and has the U. S. mail contract. When it looks like the ... See full summary »

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Buck Dawson
Marjorie Reynolds ...
Jean Greeley
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Tom Furness (as Carlyle Moore)
Maston Williams ...
Bill Hawley (as Matson Williams)
William Arnold ...
Henry Furness
Lew Kelly ...
Fred Greeley
Bud Osborne ...
Overland Wilson
Ben Taggart ...
Postal Agent Adams
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It's 1861 and Buck gets the business men of Sacramento to establish the Pony express. Hawley runs the stage line over the same route and has the U. S. mail contract. When it looks like the Pony Express will be awarded the mail contract, he gives guns to the Indians and has them attack both the riders and the stations. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Clattering Hoofs! Spattering Lead! Smashing Saga Of The Pony Express! See more »

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Crime | Romance | Western

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11 April 1938 (USA)  »

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O Expresso Postal  »

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