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The Way of the Redman (1914)

The story is of a Redman, a civilized Indian, who takes into his home a wounded gambler, shot while escaping the sheriff. The gambler has no honor and wins the affections of Bounding Fawn, ... See full summary »

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The story is of a Redman, a civilized Indian, who takes into his home a wounded gambler, shot while escaping the sheriff. The gambler has no honor and wins the affections of Bounding Fawn, the Redman's pretty squaw. The Indian discovers the gambler's treachery, and throws him together with Bounding Fawn, out of the cabin. The years pass. Bounding Fawn is cruelly slain by her drunken lover. The Redman goes to the rescue, but arrives too late. He makes a prisoner of the drunken gambler, and ties him to a stake for torture. The closing scene shows vividly the typical Indian revenge, which the Redman exacted, the forfeit being the life of the treacherous gambler. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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6 October 1914 (USA)  »

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