‘Stagecoach’ Film Synopsis
Stagecoach takes place in June of 1880. An eclectic group of settlers boards a stagecoach in Tonto, Arizona Territory. They are all headed to Lordsburg, New Mexico for various reasons. The list of passengers include: the drunken doctor, Doc Boone; Dallas, the prostitute; a gambler named Hatfield; Mrs. Lucy Mallory, the cavalry officer’s wife; a timid whiskey salesman named Mr. Peacock; an embezzling banker named Gatewood; Marshall Wilcox, and his escaped prisoner, the Ringo Kid. As the coach crosses through Geronimo’s Apache-infested land, only the mighty U. S. Cavalry can finally save the day.
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