In the Australian outback, a young woman falls for a dashing bandit known as Stingaree, who is actually a wealthy Englishman cheated out of his fortune by his greedy brother.

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True Boardman ...
Marin Sais ...
Ethel Porter - Stingaree's Sweetheart
Paul Hurst ...
Howie - Stingaree's Partner (as Paul C. Hurst)
Thomas G. Lingham ...
John Clarkson / Donkin / Guy Kentish / Inspector Cairns
Frank Jonasson ...
Mr. Kelton / Sir Julian / Max Bean / Vanheimert / Inspector Kilbride / Governor / Bishop Methuen
William Brunton ...
James W. Horne ...
Oswald
Ollie Kirby ...
Mrs. Kelton [Ch. 1] / Mrs. Clarkson [Ch. 2] / Hannah [Ch. 3] / Miss Kilbride [Ch. 6] (as Ollie Kirkby)
Edward Clisbee ...
John Kent / Fergus / Trooper Bowen / Sergeant Cameron / Chaplain
Joseph Barber ...
Inspector
Jack Lott
Janet Rambeau ...
Mrs. Randolph - the Mother [Ch. 1]
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Wealthy Irving Randolph is falsely denounced as a deliberate murderer by his greedy younger brother when Randolph, during a rifle shooting contest, accidentally kills a man with whom he has had an altercation. Fleeing to Australia, Randolph becomes known as the bandit Stingaree and is aided in his Robin Hood like adventures by his friend Howie and his sweetheart Ethel. Written by Anonymous

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24 November 1915 (USA)  »

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A series of twelve episodes, each one complete in itself. The first episode ran three reels, the remaining eleven episodes ran two reels each; the episode titles are: #1: An Enemy of Mankind (1915); #2: A Voice in the Wilderness (1915); #3: The Black Hole of Glenrenald (1915); #4: To the Vile Dust (1915); #5: A Bushranger at Bay (1915); #6: The Taking of Stingaree (1915); #7: The Honor of the Road (1916); #8: The Purification of Mulfers (1916); #9: The Duel in the Desert (1916); #10: The Villain Worshipper (1916); #11: The Moth and the Star (1916); #12: The Darkest Hour (1916). See more »

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Version of Stingaree (1934) See more »

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