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A group of unlikely traveling companions find themselves on the same stagecoach to Cheyenne. They include a drunken doctor, a bar girl who's been thrown out of town, a professional gambler, a traveling liquor salesman, a banker who has decided to embezzle money, a gunslinger out for revenge and a young woman going to join her army captain husband. All have secrets but when they are set upon by an Indian war party and then a family of outlaws, they find they must all work together if they are to stay alive. Written by
After the perilous night-time ride down the muddy mountain during the rainstorm (and for that matter all throughout the movie), everyone's clothes were perfectly clean and pressed as if they'd just stepped out of Wardrobe. See more »
I was very heartened to read that this wonderful movie has a loyal legion of fans. I agree that it is streets ahead of the overrated original. Alex Cord had charisma in spades - just try to tear your eyes away from him in any scene. Ann-Margret gives a marvellously gritty performance as Dallas,the emotionally battered saloon girl who's scared to hope for a future with Ringo.
I caught this on TV in the 80's, taped it, and found myself watching it several times a week for months. I still have the tape and wouldn't dream of erasing it. Hope it comes out on DVD soon.
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