Sunday Seconds with the Duke

Stagecoach (1939)

Episode #13

United Artists released Stagecoach to theaters on March 3, 1939. John Ford directs the film which stars John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Andy Devine.

‘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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United Artists released Stagecoach to theaters on March 3, 1939. John Ford directs the film which stars John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Andy Devine.

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