Wyoming Mail

  • 1950
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

This competent but uneventful western has postal inspector McNally going undercover to prevent a gang from robbing mail trains. He stages a prison break to get in good with the outlaws and then, when the time is right, reveals his true identity and lets justice take its course. Smith is the saloon singer who gets information from the robbers and passes...read more

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This competent but uneventful western has postal inspector McNally going undercover to prevent a gang from robbing mail trains. He stages a prison break to get in good with the outlaws and then, when the time is right, reveals his true identity and lets justice take its course. Smith is

the saloon singer who gets information from the robbers and passes it along to the authorities, naturally falling in love with McNally in the process. You'd think with all the postal inspectors and U.S. marshals posing as outlaws that gang leaders would be a little more choosy in picking their

accomplices. Songs: "Endlessly" and "Take Me to Town" (Dan Shapiro, Lester Lee).

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