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All Man (1916)

 |  Western  |  4 December 1916 (USA)
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Jim Blake, the playboy son of a New York millionaire, heads west to prove himself a man. He goes to work on his father's ranch in Wyoming, and eventually wins over the locals by turning the... See full summary »

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Robert Warwick ...
Jim Blake
Mollie King ...
Alice Maynard
Gerda Holmes ...
Ethel Maynard
Louis R. Grisel ...
Sandy Bluebottle (as Louis Grisel)
Charles Duncan ...
John Sherman Blake
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John Maynard
George MacQuarrie ...
Gillette Barker
Johnny Hines ...
Snap Higgins
Henry West ...
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Jim Blake, the playboy son of a New York millionaire, heads west to prove himself a man. He goes to work on his father's ranch in Wyoming, and eventually wins over the locals by turning the tables on a town bully and trying to collect damages from a railroad magnate, whose trains have killed many of the Blake ranch's cattle. When the railroad refuses to pay, Jim comes up with a plan that will make them pay far more than they originally had to. Problems arise when he falls in love with Alice, the railroad magnate's daughter. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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