I like the diversity onboard the stagecoach passengers in that we have an alcoholic Doctor Boone, wife of a military Calvary soldier, peacock who is the paster, Hatfield who is a former Confederate soldier who is now a gambler, and John Wayne as Ringo.
It is good mixture of diversity in characters to provide a sense of randomness that seems real. There is a Calvary army. A mixture of gray personalities that are not all good or bad. We have a robber of money from safe of the fist town and is caught in final town
They stop at coach way stop station to change horses and give horses and passengers something to drink.
John Wayne is for some reason thought to have done bad things and others are planning to arrest him once he enters his destination. His horse died that's why John Wayne joins the stagecoach.
The scenery looks nice.
The confederate solder pours some water from stagecoach drivers canteen into a silver cup with a crest to her told she recognizes the crest on silver crest where he told her that he won in wager.
In this film we encounter Mexicans and Native Americans.
Doctor takes Black coffee to silver up after drinking alcohol the entire stagecoach trip.
We have apache women at on stagecoach stop where the passengers complain.
One of the woman passengers had a baby girl in between stagecoach stops.
There is enough mystery but some more information is given as story goes on.
Apache woman takes horse which Mexican complains about to wake up stage coach passengers.
Prostitute by the name of Dallas is in love with John Wayne character Ringo but is in conflicted because she knows he will be imprisoned once enter Lawsburg.
John Wayne Rengo says he was in penitentiary going on 17. We know he owns a Ranch.
We see Apache smoke signals so leave.
There is realism that looks amazing by the stunts in the final apache stagecoach chase. The most Amazing is the apache stunt men jumping between the stagecoach horses and then going under the horses almost like Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Each sallon in this film has its own personality and you can tell the size of area or town they are in by the saloons look and population.
Newspaper is already make predictions before of Ringo's death before anything happens.
Final town is much darker, larger, and grayer in personalities compared to everywhere else the film goes to before hand.
After seeing it a second time I do have a better appreciation for the film.