The Black Whip

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Released 1956

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The Black Whip

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Director:
Charles Marquis Warren
Released:
1956
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The Black Whip follows a group of four promiscuous ladies in the old west who are conspiring to help an outlaw escape the authorities. They are run out of town before getting very far on their mission. On their way out, the ladies' stagecoach breaks down and is taken over by a different band of outlaws. The outlaws are on a mission of their own-to take the governor of the state hostage. Their plan is to murder him, but not before collecting a large ransom. The stagecoach repairman helping the ladies (Hugh Marlowe) is meek and mild-mannered, and isn't doing much to help fend off the bad guys, who are heavily armed. The tile of the movie hints toward the hook-he'll eventually use a black whip instead of a gun to get his way with the outlaws. The film was released in 1956 and is directed by Charles Marquis Warren. It is produced by Robert L. Lippert.

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