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    The setting is a town in Arizona. The stagecoach comes in, and it is bearing some strangers on a journey together. They are joined by two citizens of ill repute who are being marched out of town: A drunken doctor and a single woman. The stagecoach is driven by Buck (Dan Devine). Dan has a familiar voice; he is Friar Tuck in the Robin Hood animated movie. He also plays the cowardly marshal in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. One of the passengers is a woman off to meet her husband, who is in the army in the territory. She is ill, and it seems she is urgent to catch up with her husband because she is pregnant and about to give birth.

    As they set out across the territory, to get to Lordsburg, NM, they encounter a stanger. Holy crap, it is John Wayne with his saddle and Winchester. It turns out, he is the Ringo kid, an escaped outlaw. Who cares? If you were heading through hostile Apache territory, he is the one guy you might hope to meet on the road in that circumstance. 

    The movie is filled with Western movie tropes. I do not know my film history well enough to know if this movie originated them, or borrowed them from other films. During the journey, they repeatedly pass through Monument Valley. They are attacked by Apache on horses. A member of the party takes an arrow to the chest, inside the stage. The Apache try to take over the stage. The stage riders make each shot count, unhorsing at least a dozen warriors. As they run out of ammo, the US Calvary charge takes place, complete with bugle call. {BB}

    Added: October 11th 2014
    Reviewer: BB
    29 Point Scale Score: 23    [23]

    Hits: 1999
    Language: english


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