Adventures in Silverado (1948)

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"Into California's 1880 frontier country rides Robert Louis Stevenson (Edgar Barrier), the novelist, looking for story material 'in a land of stage-drivers and highwaymen', and soon finds ... See full summary »


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13 May 2020 | boblipton
| Pretty Good
Stagecoach driver William Bishop comes to town, has to remain with his team of horses. He gets on poorly with Gloria Henry, who runs the established line, but eventually he goes to work for her, and finds out who the hooded figure who has been robbing mine shipments is.

It's a pretty good little western, mostly standard but a notch above average because of a cast that includes Edgar Buchanan and Forrest Tucker -- and Irving Bacon, naturally; you can't make a movie without Irving Bacon -- but boasts a nice gimmick: it's based on a story by Robert Louis Stevenson, and it has Stevenson onsite, scribbling, scribbling, scribbling. Plus some nice camerawork by Henry Freulich.

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