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Stage to Blue River (1951)

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An undercover marshal and two deputies investigate stage robberies intended to keep a family-owned stage line from getting a mail contract.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Whip Wilson ...
Fuzzy Knight ...
Texas
Phyllis Coates ...
Joyce Westbrook
Lee Roberts ...
Ted Crosby
Terry Frost ...
Yarrow
Lane Bradford ...
Tom Reardon
John Hart ...
Frederick Kingsley
Pierce Lyden ...
Sheriff Bill Preston
Boyd Stockman ...
Henchman
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Storyline

Marshal Whip Wilson and his pal, Texas, come to the aid of Joyce Westbrook after her father is killed by henchmen of a mysterious Mr. Blackwell, who is after the stage line contract left to Joyce. She tries to get a government mail contract, but one of the conditions is that her stage line must be proven safe. Whip, Texas and Ted Crosby have several battles with the outlaws, and Whip learns that attorney Kingsley is one of the plotters and, with the help of the postmaster, he discovers that Mr. Blackwell is really Sheriff Bill Preston. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Six-Gun Law and Order! HOT LEAD SEALS DOOM OF BADLANDS MAIL BANDITS! Whip spins six-gun web around killer ring to get the stage through! See more »

Genres:

Western

Certificate:

Approved
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30 December 1951 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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[Ted and Texas have been thrown out of a saloon for fighting]
Ted Crosby: We didn't start anything, Whip.
Marshal Whip Wilson: Yes, I know. Same old story - you were minding your own business when somebody ran into your knuckles.
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Remake of Stage to Mesa City (1947) See more »

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