"Stagecoach" is a 1966 American Western film directed by Gordon Douglas, and is a remake of the 1939 classic of the same name. The film stars Ann-Margret, Alex Cord, and Red Buttons, and is set in the American West of the late 19th century. Like the original film, this version follows a group of travelers who must band together as they journey across dangerous Apache territory in a stagecoach. However, the 1966 version deviates from the original film in several key ways, including a more comedic tone, and a more contemporary sensibility. The film was well-received upon its release, with many praising its fast-paced action, and its colorful and engaging characters. However, the film was not as commercially successful as the original, and is generally considered to be a lesser work. Nevertheless, the 1966 version of "Stagecoach" remains a cult classic, and is still enjoyed by Western fans and fans of the original film today.