Rio Grande Raiders

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Released 1946

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Director:
Thomas Carr
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1946
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Rio Grande Raiders is one of many western films with Sunset Carson (Sunset Carson). The actor, whose birth name was Winifred Maurice Harrison, had his name changed and used for a string of films. As the eponymous protagonist, Sunset plays a moral stagecoach driver in this film. Working for the Harding Stagecoach Line, he persuades his boss, Frank Harding (Edmond Cobb) to help out his brother, Jeff (Bob Steele). Jeff was recently released from jail, and as a parolee, if he doesn't find employment, he will head back to the penitentiary. Marc Redmond (Tristram Coffin), the corrupt owner of a rival stagecoach company, helped Jeff gain his parole. Unaware of the circumstances of his parole, Sunset gets his brother a job with Frank. When robbery attempts occur during Jeff's shifts, everyone grows suspicious of Jeff's true involvement with the heist. Jeff quits Harding's, and tries to leave town. On his way out, Marc threatens his freedom and safety. Watch the film to find out if Jeff consents.moreless
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