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 ...
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John Sherman Blake
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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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All Man (1916) - Lost Silent ?
1 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Jim Blake ( Robert Warwick ) is the spendthrift son of New York millionaire John Sherman Blake ( Charles Duncan ), decides to goes West to prove himself a man. Working on his father's Wyoming ranch, Jim wins the respect of the local ranchers by whipping a bully and attempting to collect damages from railroad president John Maynard ( Alec B. Francis ) , whose company was responsible for killing Blake's cattle. When Maynard refuses to pay, Blake buys a piece of land that Maynard badly needs, thereby forcing the magnate to pay him an exceedingly high sum for the land. Meanwhile, Jim falls in love with Maynard's daughter Alice ( Mollie King ) who, after promising to marry him someday, journeys East. Jealous of their love, Alice's sister Ethel ( Gerda Holmes ) destroys all correspondence between the two, but her plan ultimately fails. The sweethearts are reunited, and even Alice's father concedes his son-in-law's worth.

This 1916 silent western/drama was produced by the World Film Corporation with the scenario written by Frances Marion. Starring Robert Warwick and Mollie King, sadly All Man now remains a lost silent.


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