Frontier Pony Express

Frontier Pony Express

Frontier Pony Express is a 1939 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers.


At the start of the American Civil War in 1861 the Pony Express is of vital importance. An Confederate States of America secret agent Brett Langhorne is working undercover by purchasing a St. Joseph, Missouri newspaper. Accompanied by his sister they meet Roy Rogers who rescues her from a runaway stagecoach. Brett unsuccessfully tries to get Roy to work for money to help the Confederacy.

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    director Joseph Kane
    editor Gene Milford
    genre western
    keywords american civil war civil war pony express secret agent
    musicBy Cy Feuer
    producer Joseph Kane
    publisher Republic Pictures
    theme war