Fargo Express

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Released 1933

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Director:
Alan James
Released:
1933
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Fargo Express is a 1933 Western film directed by Alan James and written by Earle Snell. Ken (Ken Maynard) has only good intentions when he begins his search for Helen Clark's (Helen Mack) brother Morton (Paul Fix). When Ken eventually finds Morton, he offers him a job working at his mine, in hopes that Morton will end his rebellious ways, and turn over new leaf. But Morton just can not seem t o get it right when he begins to get blackmailed by the conniving Sam Gross (Roy Stewart) after a nasty game of poker, in which Morton lost all of his money. Sam convinces Morton to help him rob the Fargo Express stagecoach, but the sheriff (William Desmond) eventually figures out who did it, and sets his sights on Morton. However, Ken finds himself attempting to come to Morton's rescue again as he tries to cover up the crime and convince the sheriff that Morton did not choose a life of crime, but the life of crime chose him.moreless

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