Bronco is to lead a group of wagons into Mexico with farm implements as a cover for $1,000,000 in gold to support the Mexicans against the French. He has recruited a group of reconstructed rebels for the trip and there are surprises.

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Patricia Crest ...
Della Harte
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McKee Bucklin (as Robert Wilke)
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Quill
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Ramon Solado
Joseph Gallison ...
Rob Bucklin (as Evan McCord)
Mickey Simpson ...
Dud Miller
Richard Garland ...
Captain Grey
Harry Harvey Jr. ...
Midge
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Snowball (as Jack Searl)
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Rafe
Doye O'Dell ...
Marsten
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Bronco arrives in Laredo, Texas from Mexico in April, 1865, with the Mexican Ramon Solado where he greets several "reconstructed rebels" some of whom he has known from the past. They are there at his request. He is met by Captain Grey from the U.S. Army who is concerned about Solado who is known as a criminal but Bronco assures him he can trust Solado. Grey sends a wire to release wagons loaded with farm implements to Bronco plus he hands Bronco a letter to open on the trail during their first camp and to be destroyed upon reading it. When he and his rebels pickup the wagons, the Army personnel are wearing arm bands in mourning due to President Lincoln's assassination. Bronco is consigned to lead the group of ex-Confederates in delivering a shipment of a million dollars in gold to Benito Juarez, at Lincoln's request, to be used to overthrow the French puppet emperor Maximilian. On the way, Bronco has to deal with hostile Comanches as well as untrustworthy members of his group and a ... Written by rbecker28

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5 March 1962 (USA)  »

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