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Stagecoach.

Nine disparate travelers take a perilous journey in a stagecoach through Apache territory.

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  • "Nine disparate travelers are thrust together in a perilous journey through Apache territory."
  • "Nine disparate travelers take a perilous journey in a stagecoach through Apache territory."@en
  • "Dallas has been drummed out of town for indecency, Doc's been evicted for drunkenness, Lucy's joining her cavalry officer husband, Ringo's gunning for his brother's killers. They are all about to embark on the rider of their lives through Apache territory."
  • "A group of passengers with nothing in common is stuck inside a coach that is being attacked by bandits and Indians."
  • "A group of passengers with nothing in common is stuck inside a coach that is being attacked by bandits and Indians."@en
  • "Nine passengers travel by stagecoach through Indian territory to Cheyenne."@en
  • "En 1885, neuf personnages sont évacués d'un camp menacé par les Indiens. Un hors-la-loi se joint au convoi et défend celui-ci contre une attaque des Peaux-Rouges."
  • "A drama about the reactions of a group of people, seven men and two women, in a stagecoach under Indian attack."@en
  • "A drama about the reactions of a group of people, seven men and two women, in a stagecoach under Indian attack."
  • "Narra el recorrido de una diligencia a través de los territorios de Arizona en 1870. Uno de sus ocupantes es un vaquero que quiere vengar la muerte de sus familiares."
  • "A drama about the reactions of a group of people, seven men and two women, on a dangerous stagecoach trip through Indian territory."@en
  • "Various Western characters board a stagecoach in danger from an Indian war party [c.f. Halliwell's]."@en
  • "Nine travelers in a stagecoach are hunted by Indians. A milestone in the history of the western, which raised John Wayne from "B" movies to stardom."@en
  • "Various western characters board a stagecoach in danger from an Indian war party."@en
  • "Various western characters board a stagecoach in danger from an Indian war party."
  • "Nine travelers in a stagecoach are hunted by Indians. A milestone in the history of the western, which raised John Wayne from "B" movies to stardom."
  • "Nine passengers board a Cheyenne-bound stagecoach, each with an urgent reason for the journey, each determined to live through the dangerous trip through Indian territory."@en
  • "Nine passengers board a Cheyenne-bound stagecoach, each with an urgent reason for the journey, each determined to live through the dangerous trip through Indian territory."
  • "Story of nine strange people travelling in a stagecoach. A milestone in the history of the western, which raised the status of John Wayne from 'B' movies to stardom."@en
  • "Story of nine strange people travelling in a stagecoach. A milestone in the history of the western, which raised the status of John Wayne from 'B' movies to stardom."
  • ""In 1855, the Overland stage from Tonto to Lordsburg leaves town with eight people on board. In the front, sit Buck the driver and Marshal Curley Wilcox, who is riding shotgun to protect the stage from hostile Indians and from the Plummer brothers, a vicious band of outlaws. The passengers consist of Doc Josiah Boone, the town drunk; Dallas, a woman of ill repute, who, like Doc, has been banished from town; the pregnant Lucy Mallory, who is taking the stage to meet her husband, a cavalry officer, and is treated gallantly by her fellow passenger, Hatfield, a gambler; Gatewood, the town's sanctimonious banker who mouths respectability while clutching a carpet bag filled with stolen money; and Peacock, a timid whiskey drummer. Because of an Apache uprising by Geronimo, the cavalry escorts the coach to the first station at Dry Fork. Along the way, Buck stops to pick up the Ringo Kid, who has escaped from prison to seek revenge on the Plummers, who killed his family and sent him to jail on false testimony. After Curley arrests Ringo, the stage continues on to Dry Fork, where they discover that there are no troops to escort them farther. Voting to continue on alone, they reach the next stop, where their journey is delayed when Mrs. Mallory, learning that her husband has been wounded, goes into premature labor. Doc sobers up to deliver the baby, and as they await Mrs. Mallory's recovery, Dallas and Ringo fall in love and Dallas urges Ringo to escape. Ringo is on the verge of leaving when he sees Apache war signals, and the passengers hastily board the stage to make a desperate dash to Lordsburg. Just as they think the danger has passed, the Apaches attack at a dry lake bed, wounding Peacock and Buck and killing Hatfield. At the last minute, the cavalry rides to the rescue and escorts the stage to Lordsburg, where Gatewood is arrested for embezzlement. There, Curley grants Ringo his freedom so that he can avenge the murder of his family, and after gunning down the Plummers, Ringo and Dallas ride off into the night to begin life anew at his ranch across the border"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940."@en
  • "A drama about the reactions of a group of people, seven men and two women, in a stagecoach under Indian attack. Considered the archetype of all modern Westerns, this film catapulted John Wayne into stardom and established director John Ford as the master of the genre."
  • "Nine disparate travelers are thrust together in a perilous journey, a ride on a stagecoach destined for Apache territory."@en
  • "Nine disparate travelers are thrust together in a perilous journey, a ride on a stagecoach destined for Apache territory."
  • "A drama about the reactions of a group of people, seven men and two women, in a stagecoach under Indian attack"
  • "Various western characters travel by stagecoach through Apache territory from Arizona to New Mexico."
  • "Summary: An improbable collection of archetypal characters travel by stagecoach from Tonto to Lordsburg in what amounts to a mythic journey through the epic landscape of Monument Valley. Although the film rescued John Wayne from the matinee western the emphasis is on the group. Ford alternates moments of emotional intimacy with epic symbolism. Located at the watershed between the classic and the modern western, its reputation is inextricably mixed up with its influence. DVD."
  • "Western. Classique du cinéma western racontant le périple (2 jours) d'un groupe hétéroclite de voyageurs en diligence à travers le désert entre Tonto, Arizona et Lordsburg, Nouveau-Mexique, à l'été de 1885, alors territoire des Apaches de Géronimo. Avec Claire Trevor, John Wayne, Andy Devine, John Carradine, Thomas Mitchell, Louise Platt, George Bancroft, Donald Meek, Berton Churchill, Tim Holt."
  • "A group of passengers with nothing in common are stuck inside a coach that is being attacked by bandits and Indians."@en
  • "A group of passengers with nothing in common are stuck inside a coach that is being attacked by bandits and Indians."
  • "The classic western about a group of passengers on a stagecoach, each with their own reasons for being there, who must depend on each other when they are threatened by an Indian war party."@en
  • "Nine passengers board a Cheyenne-bound stagecoach which takes them through dangerous Apache Indian territory."
  • "A classic western portraying the saga of a westward stagecoach and the intermingling of eight lives--the pure, the devious, and the undetermined. (Circulates)."
  • "Neuf passagers voyagent par diligence depuis Tonto au Texas pour des raisons différentes et urgentes. La traversée du territoire Cheyenne s'annonce périlleuse."
  • "Nine travelers in a stagecoarch are hunted by Indians. A milestone in the history of the western, which raised John Wayne from "B" movies to stardom."
  • "Nine travelers are thrust together in a perilous journey, a ride on a stagecoach destined for Apache territory."@en
  • "Nine passengers board a Cheyenne-bound stagecoach. Each has an urgent reason for the journey, and each is determined to live through the dangerous trip through Indian territory."@en
  • "This is the story of a mixed group of travellers making their way across country to Arizona. They are endangered by an Indian war party and along with their various characters results in difficulties for the party."
  • "Originally released in 1939. Certificate U. Running time 92 mins."
  • "A western drama about the reactions of a group of people who are faced with the danger of an Indian attack while on a stagecoach journey."
  • "Award-winning western about the reactions of a group of people on a dangerous stagecoach trip through Indian territory."
  • "A group of passengers with nothing in common is stuck inside a coach that is being attacked by bandits and Indians. On the National Film Registry. Special features include a documentary, featurette, and more."@en
  • "Nine very different travelers come together as they ride a stagecoach going west through Apache territory."
  • "Each of nine passengers board a Cheyenne-bound stagecoach has an urgent reason for the journey, and each is determined to live through the dangerous trip through Indian territory."
  • "Nine passengers board a Cheyenne-bound stagecoach, in spite of the dangerous trip through Indian territory."@en
  • "One of the all-time classic westerns, "Stagecoach" is set against the impressive backdrop of Monument Valley in Utah and tells the story of a mixed group of travellers who are making their way across the country to Arizona. They are endangered by an Indian war party and this, along with their personal histories, results in difficulties. The film pays particular attention to the character studies of the group and is a taut psychological piece."
  • "Fullscreen. Nine disparate travelers are thrust together in a perilous journey, a ride on a stagecoach destined for Apache territory."@en
  • "An improbable collection of archetypal characters travel by stagecoach from Tonto to Lordsburg in what amounts to a mythic journey through the epic landscape of Monument Valley. Although the film rescued John Wayne from the matinee western, the emphasis is on the group. Ford alternates moments of emotional intimacy with epic symbolism. Located at the watershed between the classic and the modern western, its reputation is inextricably mixed up with its influence."@en
  • "An improbable collection of archetypal characters travel by stagecoach from Tonto to Lordsburg in what amounts to a mythic journey through the epic landscape of Monument Valley. Although the film rescued John Wayne from the matinee western the emphasis is on the group. Ford alternates moments of emotional intimacy with epic symbolism. Located at the watershed between the classic and the modern western, its reputation is inextricably mixed up with its influence."
  • "An improbable collection of archetypal characters travel by stagecoach from Tonto to Lordsburg in what amounts to a mythic journey through the epic landscape of Monument Valley. Although the film rescued John Wayne from the matinee western the emphasis is on the group. Ford alternates moments of emotional intimacy with epic symbolism. Located at the watershed between the classic and the modern western, its reputation is inextricably mixed up with its influence."@en
  • ""Dallas has been drummed out of town for indecency, Doc's been evicted for drunkenness, Lucy Mallory's joining her cavalry officer husband, Ringo's gunning for his brother's killers, Gatewood the banker is absconding with a payroll, Hatfield the gambler is looking for redemption - and they're all about to embark on the ride of their lives through Apache territory. All aboard!""
  • "This exciting account of a stagecoach journey across the plains of Arizona in the 1870's is filmed in Monument Valley and climaxed by an Apache chase across the salt flats."@en
  • "A group of travellers are making their way across country to Arizona. They are endangered by an Indian War Party and this along with their various characters result in difficulties for the party. It pays particular attention to the character studies of members of the group and is a taut psychological piece. This is one of the greatest Western classics. Based on an original story by Ernest Haycox. First released as a motion picture by United Artists in 1939."@en

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