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Jim Bannon and his partner own a stagecoach line. With the coming of the telegraph and the end of the Pony Express, two men plot to take over and get the new mail contract. When Jim's partner is murdered and Jim's name is written in the sand beside the body, Jim is arrested. At his trial Whip brings surprising evidence that clears Jim and the two plotters are soon arrested.

  1. Lewis D. Collins

    Director

  2. Joseph O'Donnell

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Whip Wilson

    Whip Wilson

    Whip Wilson

  2. Fuzzy Knight

    Fuzzy Knight

    Texas McGillicudy

  3. Jim Bannon

    Jim Bannon

    Jim Bannon

  4. Lane Bradford

    Lane Bradford

    Sam Jenkins - Henchman

  5. Gloria Winters

    Gloria Winters

    Sue Cassidy

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Stagecoach Driver
Stagecoach Driver

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Status Released

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  • July 15, 1951
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 56m

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