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The Sheriff and the Rustler (1913)

Joe Wood, a cattle rustler, has grown rather careless and particularly bold in plying his mischievous and sinful vocation. He is about to brand a maverick when he is surprised at his task, ... See full summary »

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Lester Cuneo ...
The Sheriff
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Joe Wood - the Rustler
George Pankey ...
The Cattleman (as George Panky)
Rex De Rosselli ...
The Gambler
Neil Broaded ...
The Blacksmith
Victor Frith ...
The Foreman
William Jones ...
The Range Rider (as B. L. Jones)
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Joe Wood, a cattle rustler, has grown rather careless and particularly bold in plying his mischievous and sinful vocation. He is about to brand a maverick when he is surprised at his task, abandons it quickly and rides away. Unfortunately for him, his horse sheds a shoe close by the scene of the branding, which is picked up by the sheriff. This horse-shoe has the initials of the bad "J.W." stamped in the metal and when the sheriff rides to the town blacksmith shop with his good-luck symbol and finds Joe, he having just had the shoe replaced, the rustler sniffs a rat, jumps into the saddle without touching the stirrups, and is away like the wind. The sheriff drops the horse-shoe, and unlimbers his artillery, but ineffectually, for the rustler not only gets away scot-free, but sends a bullet back that clips the sheriff in the shoulder and sends him down for the count. Joe, with his usual shiftiness, jumps into a job, and is next seen on a ranch doing some dare-devil stunts with frenzied... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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13 November 1913 (USA)  »

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Two Men Game to the Last  »

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