Stagecoach Outlaws

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Released 1945

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Director:
Sam Newfield
Released:
1945
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Stagecoach Outlaws is a classic western film released in 1945 and directed by Sam Newfield. This cult favorite was one of a series of "B" movies made by studio PRC during the 1940s. The story has Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) rescuing Linda Brown (Frances Gladwin) from a gang of dastardly outlaw stagecoach robbers. These outlaws were sent by their leader Steve Kirby (I. Stanford Jolley) to kidnap Linda Brown in order to force her father, Jed (Ed Cassidy), to sell his express business. Kirby is furious at his henchmen for failing him and decides to send for notorious gunman, Matt Brawley (Bob Kortman), to bolster his gang. Brawley is in jail but escapes before Kirby's gang can free him. Brawley overpowers the deputy, Fuzzy Q. Jones (Al St. John), and locks him in the cell. Kirby's gang arrives on the scene, knocks out the sheriff (Steve Clark), mistakes Fuzzy for Brawley, and takes him to their hideout. Fuzzy must continue the masquerade and pretend that he is Brawley until Billy can discover the identity of the boss of the gang and move in to arrest them. The film's finale features a number of action-packed fistfights and shootouts.moreless
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