Stagecoach

1966

Stagecoach

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Outbound from a small town recently besieged by Indians, a stagecoach carries several diverse characters. They include rummy sawbones Josiah Boone (Bing Crosby), dance-hall girl and prostitute Dallas (Ann-Margret), embezzling bank clerk Gatewood (Robert Cummings), pregnant army officer's wife Lucy Mallory (Stefanie Powers), policeman Curly (Van Heflin), and several others. En route, the drunken Doc Boone is forced to sober up and deliver Lucy's baby, and the travelers are joined by Ringo (Alex Cord), an outlaw falsely accused of killing his own father and brother. Despite being arrested by Curly, Ringo helps fight off Indians and falls for Dallas. Once the coach reaches its destination, Luke Plummer (Keenan Wynn) and his two sons, the real killers of Ringo's family, shoot Gatewood for his stolen loot and wound Curly. A showdown between the Plummers and Ringo is inevitable. Famed painter Norman Rockwell, who rendered cast portraits for the film's closing credits sequence, appears in a brief cameo.

Cast

Alex Cord
as Ringo Kid
Bing Crosby
as Doc Josiah Boone
Red Buttons
as Peacock
Mike Connors
as Hatfield
Robert Cummings
as Mr. Gatewood
Stefanie Powers
as Mrs. Lucy Mallory
Keenan Wynn
as Luke Plummer
Brad Weston
as Matt Plummer
Joseph Hoover
as Lt. Blanchard
Oliver McGowan
as Mr. Haines
Bruce Mars
as Trooper
Brett Pearson
as Sergeant
Ned Wynn
as Ike Plummer
Edwin Mills
as Sergeant Major
Hal Lynch
as Bartender
Eddie Mills
as Sergeant Major
Walker Edmiston
as Wells Fargo Agent
Walter Edmiston
as Wells Fargo Agent
John Gabriel
as Capt. Mallory
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All Critics (2) | Rotten (2)

Audience Reviews for Stagecoach

  • Apr 25, 2010
    The only Western that put me to sleep.I couldnt sit through the whole thing
    Brody M Super Reviewer

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