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    Stagecoach (1939) --(Movie Clip) Partial to the Weed

    Chat among passengers Ringo (John Wayne), Doc Boone (Thomas Mitchell), Hatfield (John Carradine), banker Gatewood (Berton Churchill) et al, riding through Monument Valley in John Ford's Stagecoach, 1939.

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