Arizona Stage Coach (1942)

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“Arizona Stage Coach” is a Western movie released in 1942, directed by S. Roy Luby and starring Ray “Crash” Corrigan as the lead character, Ray Corrigan.

The movie follows the story of Corrigan, a cowboy who is hired to protect a stagecoach carrying a valuable cargo across the dangerous Arizona frontier. Along with his fellow cowboys, Corrigan must fend off attacks by bandits and Native American tribes, who are intent on stealing the stagecoach’s valuable contents.

As the journey progresses, Corrigan forms a bond with the other passengers on the stagecoach, including a beautiful singer named Rita and a wealthy businessman named Emerson. However, the group soon discovers that one of the passengers is actually a spy, working for the bandits and plotting to steal the valuable cargo.

In a series of tense showdowns and gunfights, Corrigan and his allies work to protect the stagecoach and thwart the bandits’ plans. In the end, they emerge victorious, and the valuable cargo is safely delivered to its destination.

“Arizona Stage Coach” is a classic Western movie that features many of the genre’s familiar themes and motifs, including gunfights, horse chases, and dusty frontier towns. The movie’s themes of loyalty, bravery, and honor continue to make it a popular film among Western fans today.

S. Roy Luby

Oliver Drake, Arthur Hoerl

Ray Corrigan, John ‘Dusty’ King, Max Terhune

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