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Stagecoach to Denver (1946)

Passed | | Western | 23 December 1946 (USA)
Lambert has the stagecoach wrecked killing the Commissioner so his phony replacement can alter Coonskin's land survey. When Red Ryder exposes the survey hoax, Lambert has his stooge Sheriff put Red in jail.

Director:

R.G. Springsteen

Writers:

Earle Snell (original screenplay), Fred Harman (based on comic strip by)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Allan Lane ... Red Ryder
Robert Blake ... Little Beaver (as Bobby Blake)
Martha Wentworth ... The Duchess
Roy Barcroft ... Big Bill Lambert
Peggy Stewart ... Beautiful
Emmett Lynn ... Coonskin Boyd
Ted Adams ... Sheriff
Edmund Cobb ... Duke
Tom Chatterton ... Doc Kimball
Robert Hyatt ... Dickie Barnes (as Bobby Hyatt)
George Chesebro ... Blackie Grubb
Ed Cassidy ... Felton (as Edward Cassidy)
Wheaton Chambers Wheaton Chambers ... Jasper Braydon
Forrest Taylor ... Matt Disher
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Storyline

Lambert has the stagecoach wrecked killing the Commissioner so his phony replacement can alter Coonskin's land survey. When Red Ryder exposes the survey hoax, Lambert has his stooge Sheriff put Red in jail.

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Taglines:

RIDE THE OUTLAWS' HIGHWAY! (original print media ad - all caps) See more »

Genres:

Western

Certificate:

Passed | See all certifications »
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Big Bill Lambert: You don't have to worry about the kid, but just watch your step when Ryder's around - he's nobody's fool.
'Beautiful': Who? That long-legged geezer? Guys like him are a cinch to handle.
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Connections

Edited into Six Gun Theater: Stagecoach to Denver (2015) See more »

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The usual b-western
20 October 2001 | by JLarson2006See all my reviews

This movie follows the b-movie western tradition. Red Ryder's sidekick, played by Robert Blake, appears little and has few lines, so if you want to find out about his acting as a child, this isn't the place. The story doesn't particularly stand out to me, but it's entertaining enough for the 10-year-olds it was produced for (although I'm not sure it would work with today's 10-year-olds). Peggy Stewart's character is the most interesting. She is a bad girl who spends the duration of the film turning good.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 December 1946 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

DiligĂȘncia de Bandido See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Republic Pictures (I) See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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