Stagecoach (1986)

TV Movie   |  Unrated   |    |  Action, Drama, Western

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In 1880, a motley group of passengers takes the stagecoach from Tonto, Arizona to Lordsburg, New Mexico via dangerous Apache territory.


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Ted Post


James Lee Barrett (teleplay), Ernest Haycox (story "Stage to Lordsburg"), Dudley Nichols

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26 June 2005 | mishakitterpuss
| Explosive remake of the classic John Wayne film.
I saw this movie once and I've wanted to see it again for a long time. I thought it was great, especially with an all-star, country legends cast. Willie Nelson and Kris Kristopherson have an automatic explosive chemistry together that works to their advantage. Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, though both have sadly passed now, shall continue to amaze viewers for generations with their high-handed, traditional, western attitudes and sharp wit and sarcastic remarks. June Carter Cash is sassy and blunt (jus like they was in them IL' days). John Schneider is incredibly hot and sexy as a driver and might have been a bit hot=headed, though like i said, i only saw it once. it's not that hard to believe he plays the famous Bo Duke on the The Dukes of Hazzard (the original). Director Ted Post has expertly endeavored to make a wonderful classic come back to life. Stagecoach is one movie I'll not soon forget. i'll be sure to buy it sometime and make sure my own kids appreciate it as much as i did, and still do.

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