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The Darkening Trail (1915)

 -  Drama  -  31 May 1915 (USA)
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Yukon Ed has asked saloon owner Ruby McGraw to marry him several times, and has been turned down each time. However, she falls for Jack Sturgess, a no-account who has seduced and abandoned ... See full summary »

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Yukon Ed
Enid Markey ...
Ruby McGraw
George Fisher ...
Jack Sturgess (as George Fischer)
Nona Thomas ...
Ruth Wells
Milton Ross ...
Mr. Wells
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Fanny
Roy Laidlaw ...
Mr. Sturgess, Sr.
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Yukon Ed has asked saloon owner Ruby McGraw to marry him several times, and has been turned down each time. However, she falls for Jack Sturgess, a no-account who has seduced and abandoned a poor young girl and is escaping from his father's anger. She takes up with Jack to Ed's dismay, and soon the thing that Ed feared would happen does happen. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Clint Eastwood, eat your heart out!
11 October 2000 | by (Seattle) – See all my reviews

Long before Hollywood had thought of the 'adult western' William S. Hart was portraying darkly and ambiguously heroic characters on horseback, and this film is a fine example. Without recourse to special effects and action scenes, his deeply nuanced and complex characterizations and the body language of brilliantly framed shots conveyed so much more than modern films seem able to do with all the technology the current industry has to offer. Bring back the silents! They had *faces* then.


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