Stagecoach to Denver (December 23, 1946)

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Stagecoach to Denver
 

Released on December 23, 1946: Red Ryder puts a little orphan boy on the stage headed to Denver, but when the stage crashes, killing the driver and another passenger, little Dickie is paralyzed and will never walk again unless he can have a dangerous operation.

Produced by Sidney Picker

Directed by R.G. Springsteen

The Actors: Allan Lane (Red Ryder), Robert Blake (Little Beaver), Martha Wentworth (Ryder's aunt 'The Duchess'), Roy Barcroft (Big Bill Lambert), Peggy Stewart (Beautiful, the fake May Barnes), Emmett Lyn (Coonskin), Ted Adams (the crooked Sheriff), Edmund Cobb (henchman Duke), Tom Chatterton (Doc Kimball), Robert Hyatt (Dickie Barnes), George Chesebro (henchman Blackie Grubb), Ed Cassidy (land commissioner Felton), Wheaton Chambers (Jasper Braydon), Forrest Taylor (Matt Disher), Chuck Baldra (townsman), Budd Buster (telegraph operator Joe), Herman Hack (townsman), Chick Hannan (townsman), Cactus Mack (rancher), Lew Morphy (shack henchman), Frank O'Connor (land commissioner Taylor), Stanley Price (henchman Wally posing as Taylor), Marin Sais (Aunt May Barnes)

 

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Red Ryder, Little Beaver and Little Dickie

Fred Harman was born in 1902 and lived his childhood years in Colorado with horses, cowboys and ranch life. He liked to draw and became a pretty good artist, and in 1938, with cowboy movies filling theater seats every week, he started drawing a cowboy cartoon strip for newspapers. It featured cowboy Red Ryder and his little Indian boy sidekick Little Beaver. The comic strip became very successful and was eagerly read by little boys and girls from coast to coast . . . And their moms and dads. The comic strip was so popular that Harman and his publisher licensed comic books, radio programs, movies like this one, rodeos, and products like the Daisy Red Rider BB Gun. If you live in America you might know about the Christmas movie “A Christmas Story” where the little boy only wants one thing for Christmas . . . A Red Ryder BB Gun.

In this adventure Red Ryder is driving a stage coach that is carrying his aunt, The Duchess, and a little boy named Dickie. Dickie’s mom and dad are dead and little Dickie is on his way to Denver to live with his aunt. The Duchess owns the stage line that runs south of town, and a new stage line is beginning today that will carry goods and passengers north . . . All the way to Denver. Red Ryder’s aunt christens the new stage line and Red Ryder puts little Dickie on the stage headed for Denver. Unfortunately a bad guy stops the stage outside town and sabotages the wagon causing it to crash down the road a piece, killing the driver and the land commissioner who was riding in the stage with little Dickie. The little boy is badly hurt and we discover that he will be crippled all his life unless the doctor operates on him quickly. Red Ryder must go to the silver mine office and have his buddy Joe, the telegraph operator, get word to little Dickie’s aunt in Denver to come quickly and give permission for the operation. Unfortunately, as Red Ryder is heading to the silver mine, three henchmen are determined to see that Red Ryder never sends that telegram to Denver. They are riding fast and furious after Red Ryder, and when they spot him ahead on the trail they pull out their guns and start firing blazing bullets at Red. He makes it to the telegraph shack without getting hit and begins firing back through the window, but the three henchmen keep showering bullets at Red Ryder, determined to kill him. If they succeed, little Dickie will be a cripple all his life, and we will never discover why the stagecoach to Denver was sabotaged in the first place. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

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Allan Lane and Emmett Lynn
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Allan Lane
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