U.S. Marshal Nevada Jack McKenzie halts a runaway stage and finds the driver dead and his helper badly wounded, and the stage robbed of a gold shipment. John Corbett, owner of the saloon ... See full summary »

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Raymond Hatton ...
Jennifer Holt ...
Riley Hill ...
Kenneth MacDonald ...
John Corbett
Eddie Parker ...
Henchman Bill (as Edwin Parker)
John Ince ...
Bailey (Stable Owner)
Frank LaRue ...
Mine Owner Jones
Steve Clark ...
Mine Owner Mason
Milburn Morante ...
Zeke (Handyman)
Lynton Brent ...
Hall (Mine Owner) (as Lynton W. Brent)
Frank McCarroll ...
Henchman Joe
Dick Dickinson ...
Bartender Ed
Henry Vroom ...
Henchman Tom
Walt Shrum and His Colorado Hillbillies ...
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U.S. Marshal Nevada Jack McKenzie halts a runaway stage and finds the driver dead and his helper badly wounded, and the stage robbed of a gold shipment. John Corbett, owner of the saloon and secret leader of the outlaw gang, tries to induce the mine owners to help him get the express company franchise, insisting that he can stop the holdups. To mislead them, he pretends sympathy for Jane Burns, current holder of the franchise. Nevada's pal and fellow Marshal, Sandy Hopkins, arrives in town incognito, shows antagonism toward Nevada, wins Corbett's support and is made sheriff. Ned Turner, Jane's sweetheart and stage guard, urges her to keep the franchise and, when Nevada offers to drive the stage, they win permission from the mine owners to try one more trip over the unused Lost Trail. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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AT HIS FIGHTING BEST! Ace Western Star Matches Guns With Guns In A Grim Battle For Gold! See more »


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20 October 1945 (USA)  »

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