Buck Walsh has pulled together four outlaws plus himself to pull off a large stagecoach robbery at Laramie. One of the men, Glen Folsom, an alcoholic stops at Laramie for a drink and is arrested by Troop after shooting up the Bluebonnet Saloon. When jailed, Folsom mentions Walsh will be coming for him making Troop suspicious. Walsh's man tries hiring a local lawyer to bail Folsom out but Troop refuses to grant bail. Folsom sobers up but is hurting due to a lack of alcohol. Troop provides Folsom with liquor causing Folsom to provide more details of Walsh's plans. Walsh knowing Folsom's drinking problem has him killed while in jail. Troop learns there is a large gold shipment by stage the next day and decides to set a trap on the stage for Walsh's group.
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After the shootout at the end, the body count is incorrect. There are 5 gang members (2 on horseback and 3 on foot), 1 stagecoach driver and 1 riding shotgun, plus Dan and Johnny inside the stagecoach, for a total of 9 people. When the shooting starts, Dan kills one gang member on horseback and Johnny the other. One of the stage riders is wounded and the other killed. Then 2 of the gang on foot are wounded by Dan and Johnny, the 5th one gives up. After the shootout when the stage is being driven back to town by Dan, there are 2 gang members plus the stage shotgun rider alive inside the stage plus Johnny. There are 3 bodies on horses behind the stage, for a total of 8 people. Either the 5th gang member or the stage driver's body disappeared. See more