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Postal Inspectors Carson and Underwood have been sent to investigate a series of robberies where both the driver and stagecoach disappear. They team up with Pinkerton agent Bennett who has found some of the stolen money in the possession of Stevens. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Okay oater
6 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although Sunset Carson couldn't act worth beans, there was something appealing about his manner and performance. And fortunately, most often those in supporting roles in his movies were very good. In this picture, Sunset is a U.S. Postal Inspector investigating stagecoach mail robberies. Under suspicious circumstances, Sunset meets Julie Bennett (Peggy Stewart) who he comes to find out works in the Wells Fargo office as a clerk. Sunset then meets Pop Underwood (Tom London) who is posing as a saddle maker but is actually a senior Postal Inspector. It is soon revealed that Julie is a Pinkerton agent also investigating the stage robberies. The two best things about this movie are that Peggy Stewart plays a Pinkerton agent (were there women agents back then?), and Pop Underwood's talking pet parrot. Sunset comes to Pop's aid when he is being harassed in a saloon; a fist fight ensues (a realistic fight and one where the tables don't break every time a fighter falls on them) with the parrot providing commentary. My favorite line is when the parrot (after a particularly good knock down) says "Oh, my aching back." Unfortunately, the parrot is only in this one scene. Had he been in more, I probably would have ranked this movie higher.


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