Stagecoach to Denver

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Director:
R.G. Springsteen
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Stagecoach to Denver is a 1946 western directed by R.G. Springsteen. Big Bill Lambert (Roy Barcroft), a wealthy businessman in the small town of Elkhorn, does not want officials in Denver to hear about his illegal land deals. To prevent land commissioner Felton (Edward Cassidy) from conveying the information, Big Bill deliberately causes Felton's stagecoach to wreck. In the accident, Felton dies and Dickie Ray (Bobby Hyatt), a young orphan sharing the stagecoach, is severely injured. Dickie's friend Red Ryder (Allan Lane) then sends a message to Denver asking for Dickie's estranged aunt and a new land commissioner to come to Elkhorn. However, Big Bill intercepts the message and has his two cronies, Beautiful (Peggy Stewart) and Wally (Stanley Price), come instead as their decoys. When Red uncovers Big Bill's evil plot to steal land, he joins forces with his son Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) and friend Coonskin Boyd (Emmett Lynn) to bring him to justice. Meanwhile, Beautiful starts to form a bond with Dickie, causing her to start to feel remorse for her wicked ways.moreless
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