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The Cowboy and the Squaw (1910)

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Tom Ripley, a cowpuncher from the Circle A ranch, wins the hatred of Jim Simpson, another cowpuncher, when he defends Lightfeather, a pretty squaw, from the insults of Simpson. The affair ... See full summary »

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Tom Ripley, a Cowboy
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Lightfeather
Fred Church ...
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Chick Morrison
John B. O'Brien
Fred Ilenstine
William A. Russell
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Tom Ripley, a cowpuncher from the Circle A ranch, wins the hatred of Jim Simpson, another cowpuncher, when he defends Lightfeather, a pretty squaw, from the insults of Simpson. The affair occurs in the Silver Dollar saloon in Bisbee. Some few days later Lightfeather goes to her protector's cabin and presents him with a pair of fine moccasins. Tom is duly grateful and advises the little Indian maiden that if she is ever annoyed again, not to hesitate to shoot the persecutor. Not long after this meeting Simpson encounters Ripley out on the range on the brink of a precipice. A fight ensues in which Ripley is thrown over the cliff and frightfully wounded on the rocks below. Ripley's riderless horse gallops away and is later seen and recognized by Lightfeather. The squaw mounts the horse and follows the tracks back to the top of the cliff where she finds her good white friend. After much difficulty she assists him back to the cabin and cares for him in his convalescence. Simpson, who has ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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