Wallace Beery and Robert Taylor square off in a clash of wills and brawn in this frontier adventure set in 1844 Maryland. Beery plays Boss Starkey, a stagecoach line overseer confronting tough times brought by a "teakettle on wheels" -- the new steam locomotive. Taylor portrays Blake Cantrell, a former plantation owner who suspects Boss may be compensating for his business losses by trafficking in slavery. Florence Rice plays the stagecoach line owner whose growing romance with Cantrell may be jeopardized by ties between her company and slave-trading.
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6219EDStand Up and Fight (DVD-R)http://d3dvedx3sqrauf.cloudfront.net/i/boxart/large/a-z/w/wac675328d.jpg?v=419.9915.98USDInStock/Genre/Drama-Movies/Product Groupings/Studio-Vaults/Product Series/Warner-ArchiveIn 1844 Maryland, Robert Taylor suspects that stagecoach line overseer Wallace Beery is trafficking in slavery.Warner ArchivesDVD-RDrama-MoviesSALE2013-05-20