The story concerns Lola Gonzales, a Spanish dancing girl, who falls in love with "Bud" Wilson, foreman of the Circle A ranch.


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Tom 'Bud' Wilson
Pansy Perry ...
Lola Gonzalez
Pedro Mayos

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The story concerns Lola Gonzales, a Spanish dancing girl, who falls in love with Tom Wilson, better known by the sobriquet "Bud," foreman of the Circle "A" ranch, and opens with a scene near the ranch house with Lola dancing the old fandango to the entertainment of a half-dozen Mexican vaqueros. Wilson comes on the scene and sending the Mexicans off to work, goes on his way attending to his duties. Lola follows and endeavors to make love to him. Wilson shows that he is not at all affected and tells her that he is engaged to marry Martha Allison, the daughter of his employer. Lola turns away in a jealous rage and vows to break up the affair. A few days go by and Lola again encounters young Wilson. This time Martha is with him. Lola steals away, and is soon joined by Pedro Mayos, her Mexican admirer. Pedro hates the young foreman and they propose a scheme to put Wilson at outs with his sweetheart. Pedro contrives to meet Martha and induces her to go with him for a walk in the orchard. ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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18 December 1909 (USA)  »

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It is melodrama, rather overdone
31 January 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A lively bit of real life illustrating what occurred on the Circle A Ranch. Spanish girls are represented generally as pictures of unrequited passion or jealous rage. This unfortunate seems to be afflicted with both disorders. It leads her to commit a serious offense and almost separate a girl and her lover. It is not necessary to describe all that happened, yet in the picture itself these occurrences form an integral part of the story. It is melodrama, rather overdone, yet lively and interesting because the characters do something. There is action and plenty of it, and the story is told with much force and directness. The photographic quality is satisfactory and some picturesque Western scenery is introduced. - The Moving Picture World, December 31, 1909

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