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The Man from Texas (1915)

 -  Short | Romance | Western  -  2 March 1915 (USA)
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A cowboy gets a message that his sister's husband has left her and she is in trouble. When he gets there, he finds her dead. He sets out to track down the husband.




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Complete credited cast:
Goldie Colwell ...
Moya Dalton
Louella Maxam ...
Tex's Sister
Ed Brady ...
John Hargrave


Learning his sister's husband has deserted her, Texas arrives to find her dead. When he finds him abusing Moya Dalton, Texas kills him in a gunfight. Attracted to Moya, Texas stays on. After foiling a stage robbery he becomes Sheriff. But then Moya is kidnaped. Written by Maurice VanAuken <>

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2 March 1915 (USA)  »

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The original one-reel 1915 release was combined with three more single-reel releases of the same year, also starring Tom Mix, to comprise a four-reel re-release in 1922, which is the version currently available on video today. See more »

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Non-unique western
11 November 2002 | by (Oakland CA) – See all my reviews

Nothing out of the ordinary here. Tom Mix plays the standard movie cowboy thrust into the standard situations and the film plods through its now well-worn paces in a brisk 46 minutes. It's a thrill to find films like this that still exist, and a disappointment when they turn out to be so ordinary. It's also good to be reminded that cinema's childhood was just as fraught with formulaic stories as it is today.

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