Oklahoma lawyer Al Jennings, whose father was a famous and respected judge, is enraged at the murder of his brother Ed, shot in the back by two killers. As if that wasn't enough, he finds ... See full summary »

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(as Carroll Fleming)

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(story "Beating Back"), (adaptation) | 1 more credit »

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Al J. Jennings ...
Al Jennings (as Al Jennings)
J. Morris Foster ...
Frank Jennings - Al's Brother (as Morris Foster)
Frank Farrington
Albert Froom
Mignon Anderson
Fannie Bourke ...
(as Fan Bourke)
Madeline Fairbanks ...
Daughter of James Harless
Billy Noel ...
(as William Noel)
Albert L. Reitz ...
(as Al Reitz)
C.R. 'Lord' McCaskill
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(as S.A. Blackmer)
C. John Sullivan
Gordon Hollingshead
Harry Blakemore
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Oklahoma lawyer Al Jennings, whose father was a famous and respected judge, is enraged at the murder of his brother Ed, shot in the back by two killers. As if that wasn't enough, he finds himself falsely accused of robbery, and while escaping those phony charges he is chased and shot by a posse. Although wounded, he manages to elude the posse but takes his revenge by robbing a country store. It's not long before he has his own outlaw gang, with headquarters at the Spike S Ranch. A local sheriff is determined to capture him, so Al and his brother Frank make plans for one last, big robbery before leaving Oklahoma forever. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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How the most famous of modern Bandits - A Real Jean Valjean - Sent to the penitentiary and Pardoned by a President of the United States Beat Back at Society until it recognized and honored him. (original poster) See more »


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11 April 1914 (USA)  »

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Dare Devil Jennings  »

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(six reels)

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