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Stagecoach Driver (1951)

Approved | | Western | 15 July 1951 (USA)
Jim Bannon and his partner own a stagecoach line. With the coming of the telegraph and the end of the Pony Express, two men plot to take over and get the new mail contract. When Jim's ... See full summary »

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Kate Cassidy (as Barbara Allen)
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Jim Bannon and his partner own a stagecoach line. With the coming of the telegraph and the end of the Pony Express, two men plot to take over and get the new mail contract. When Jim's partner is murdered and Jim's name is written in the sand beside the body, Jim is arrested. At his trial Whip brings surprising evidence that clears Jim and the two plotters are soon arrested. Written by Maurice VanAuken <vanauken@comcst.net>

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RIDERS AND DRIVERS OF THE PONY EXPRESS! (original ad - all caps) See more »

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A great B-movie cast .....
3 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

In this 1951 cowboy saga stars Whip Wilson and Jim Bannon. Bannon and his brother own a stagecoach line, but the brother is murdered and Bannon is framed for it ! As usual, the whip-wielding Wilson comes in to get to the bottom of all these shenanigans......

I enjoyed this film, despite a pretty standard plot. Whip Wilson was surprisingly effective and Jim Bannon had one of his better roles here. John "Lone Ranger" Hart even appears in a supporting role. This was a fun film, one that fans of the western programmers should enjoy.

Of all Whip Wilson's films, this one stands out as one that is a must-see............


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