Stagecoach (1939)

Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 1hr 36mins.
Genres Western
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Walter Wanger Producer n/a 3 3000001
Dudley Nichols Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Ernest Haycox From Story ("Stage to Lordsburg") 120870 4000002
John Ford Director n/a 2 2000001
Jack Pennick Actor n/a 1 1000021
Yakima Canutt Actor Cavalry scout 1 1000019
Paul McVey Actor n/a 1 1000020
Bert Glennon Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Ray Binger Photography Additional Photography 120835 6000002
Walter Plunkett Costume Designer n/a 169 13000001
Yakima Canutt Second Unit Director n/a 412 25000001
Alexander Toluboff Art Director n/a 183 9000001
Boris Morros Music music director 120781 8000001
Dorothy Spencer Editor n/a 172 7000001
Otho Lovering Editor n/a 172 7000002
Florence Lake Actor Mrs. Nancy Whitney 1 1000018
Elvira Rios Actor Yakeema 1 1000017
George Bancroft Actor Curley Wilcox 1 1000006
Berton Churchill Actor Gatewood 1 1000007
Louise Platt Actor Lucy Mallory 1 1000008
John Carradine Actor Hatfield 1 1000005
Andy Devine Actor Buck 1 1000004
John Wayne Actor Ringo Kid 1 1000002
Thomas Mitchell Actor Doc Boone 1 1000003
Chris-Pin Martin Actor Chris 1 1000009
Donald Meek Actor Peacock 1 1000010
Walter McGrail Actor Captain Sickle 1 1000015
Brenda Fowler Actor Mrs. Gatewood 1 1000016
Kent Odell Actor Billy Pickett, Jr. 1 1000014
Francis Ford Actor Sgt. Billy Pickett 1 1000013
Tim Holt Actor Lieutenant Blanchard 1 1000011
Cornelius Keefe Actor Captain Whitney 1 1000012
Claire Trevor Actor Dallas 1 1000001
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.