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Arizona Stage Coach (September 4, 1942)

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Arizona Stage Coach
 

Released on September 4, 1942: The Range Busters head north to hunt down the hombres that are robbing Wells Fargo stage coaches headed for Arizona.

Produced by George B. Weeks

Directed by S. Roy Luby

The Actors: Ray Corrigan (Crash Corrigan), John 'Dusty' King (Dusty King), Max Terhune (Alibi Terhune), Nell O'Day (Dorrie Willard), Charles King (Tim Douglas, Wells Fargo Agent), Riley Hill (Ernie Willard), Kermit Maynard (Strike), Carl Mathews (henchman Ace), Slim Whitaker (henchman Red), Slim Harkey (henchman Panhandle), Steve Clark (stage driver Jake), Frank Ellis (stage guard Dan), Jack Ingram (Denver, the Sheriff), Stanley Price (Tex Laughlin), Forrest Taylor (Larry Meadows), Victor Adamson (barfly), Jimmy Aubrey (barfly), Hank Bell (stage passenger), Richard Cramer (bartender Joe), Eddie Dean (henchman), Herman Hack (barfly), Milburn Morante (barfly)

 
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The Range Busters Hold Up The Stage

Ray ‘Crash’ Corrigan (1902-1976) was a movie stunt man that became famous and earned a truckload of money in a series of 24 cowboy movies featuring the Three Mesquiteers. With his earnings from those movies he purchased a large tract of land in the Simi Hills and created a ranch and a western town, with trails through the hillsides. Along with country singer Dusty King and ventriloquist/magician Max Terhune he created the Range Busters . . . Three cowboys roaming the Western range in search of bad guys. Most of those movies, including this one, were filmed on his ranch. Corrigan also rented the ranch for other movies and later television shows that needed a Western or outdoors area to film in. He also created Corriganville, where tourists could come and watch cowboys shooting it out and falling off of rooftops in Wild West shows, with Max Terhune also entertaining with magic tricks, comedy and his dummy Elmer. In 1965 Corrigan sold the ranch to comedian Bob Hope, who built a suburban housing development he called Hopetown. This adventure begins with Range Buster Dusty King, and it appears that he is about to be hung from the limb of a tree by a handful of men, and it may be the end for one of our heroes . . . . But suddenly two riders appear in the distance and they are riding hard to get to the tree with the men preparing to string Dusty up. Sure enough, it is Crash Corrigan and Max Terhune riding to the rescue . . . . But wait . . . . Something is amiss . . . When Crash and Max get to the group, and Dusty King pleads with them to stop the hanging . . . The two Range Busters inform Dusty that he got himself into this mess and they are not going to get him out of it . . . . . Whoa, partners . . . . This doesn’t look good . . . . We watch as a man on horseback tosses a rope over a high tree limb, then ties it to his saddle, and slowly backs up, pulling the rope tight . . . . With Crash Corrigan and Max Terhune watching silently . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Carl Mathews and Riley Hill
Carl Mathews and Riley Hill
Carl Mathews
Carl Mathews
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King and Carl Mathews
Charles King and Carl Mathews
Charles King and Kermit Maynard
Charles King and Kermit Maynard
Charles King and Nell O'Day
Charles King and Nell O'Day
Charles King and Nell O'Day
Charles King and Nell O'Day
Charles King
Charles King
Elmer, Max Terhune's ventriloquist dummy
Elmer, Max Terhune's ventriloquist dummy
Forrest Taylor and Nell O'Day
Forrest Taylor and Nell O'Day
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor
Jack Ingram and Kermit Maynard
Jack Ingram and Kermit Maynard
John Dusty King
John Dusty King
Kermit Maynard, Elmer the dummy, and Max Terhune
Kermit Maynard, Elmer the dummy, and Max Terhune
Max Terhune, John 'Dusty' King and Ray Corrigan
Max Terhune, John 'Dusty' King and Ray Corrigan
Max Terhune, Jack Ingram and Riley Hill
Max Terhune, Jack Ingram and Riley Hill
Max Terhune and Ray Corrigan
Max Terhune and Ray Corrigan
Max Terhune and Ray Corrigan
Max Terhune and Ray Corrigan
Max Terhune
Max Terhune
Nell O'Day and Jack Ingram
Nell O'Day and Jack Ingram
Nell O'Day and Riley Hill
Nell O'Day and Riley Hill
Nell O'Day and Jack Ingram
Nell O'Day and Jack Ingram
Nell O'Day and Riley Hill
Nell O'Day and Riley Hill
Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune and Nell O'Day
Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune and Nell O'Day
Ray Corrigan questions Steve Clark
Ray Corrigan questions Steve Clark
Ray Corrigan
Ray Corrigan
Riley Hill
Riley Hill
Riley Hill
Riley Hill
Stanley Price and Riley Hill
Stanley Price and Riley Hill
Stanley Price and Riley Hill
Stanley Price and Riley Hill
Steve Clark and Frank Ellis
Steve Clark and Frank Ellis
Steve Clark and Kermit Maynard
Steve Clark and Kermit Maynard
Steve Clark
Steve Clark
The Range Busters
The Range Busters