Arizona Pete, typical bad man, is the hero of the story. The first scene shows him leaving his shack, after adjusting his pistol. He rides into town, enters a saloon and orders drinks for ... See full summary »
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The Bad Man
John B. O'Brien
Fred Church ...
The Sheriff
Franklin Hall ...
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William A. Russell
Chick Morrison
Joseph Smith
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Arizona Pete, typical bad man, is the hero of the story. The first scene shows him leaving his shack, after adjusting his pistol. He rides into town, enters a saloon and orders drinks for the crowd. A young chap, just out from the east, refuses to drink with him, but is finally persuaded by the cracking of Arizona's pistol aimed at his heels. Pete, now happily inspired by a liberal quantity of "Old Henry," hearing that there is a dance in town, mounts and rides around to the dance hall, Here are gathered the young men and women of the town, dancing merrily in the tune of old Uncle Eb's squeaky violin. Pete enters and breaks up the dance, but during the melee that follows, Pete is shot in the pistol hand and deprived of his weapon. A young girl, feeling sorry for the misguided fellow, offers to bind his wound and he consents. She is the sister of the young easterner of a few scenes before. The sheriff, who has been apprised of Arizona's latest misconduct, resolves that the bad man has ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Western

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2 July 1910 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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