Cast & Crew
Tom Larkin, owner of a stagecoach company, is murdered just before the government-held race for the Federal mail contract. He wills his company to his daughter, Mary, and her cousin, Breezy Larkin, who has not been seen for years. Milt Dodds, Larkin's assistant, tries to reach Breezy, while competitors Moose Ringo and Butch Flint hire a man to pose as Breezy and get control of the Larkin estate. Breezy discovers the plot, intercepts the impostor and, accompanied by his dog Tuffy, goes to claim his inheritance. Breezy meets Mary, quickly falls in love with her, and is relieved to learn that she was adopted and therefore is not his cousin. Ringo realizes he has been double crossed and, on the day of the race, presents the impostor as the real Breezy Larkin. Breezy is arrested and accused of Tom's murder and the impostor drives the Larkin coach. When he attempts to throw the race, Breezy, who has escaped the sheriff with Tuffy's help, jumps the coach and wins the race. Moose and Butch are arrested, leaving Breezy and Mary to enjoy their new partnership.
Charles "slim" Whittaker
Tuffy, A Dog
Pal, A Horse
The working title for this film was Stage Coach Trail. Some contemporary sources refer to this film as Stage-coach Days and Stagecoach Day. A Hollywood Reporter production chart includes the following actors in the cast: Jack Ingram, Joe de la Cruz and Bob Kortman; however their participation in the film has not been confirmed. Modern sources add Dick Botiller and Blackjack Ward to the cast. This was the second film in the "Breezy Larkin" series. For additional information, consult the Series Index and see entry above for Rolling Caravans.