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Starring in Western Stuff (1917)

Tom Sage, a cowpuncher, likes motion pictures and decides to write a letter to Vivian Larkin, his favorite movie star. In his letter he expresses a hope that some day he can see her in real... See full summary »

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Tom Sage
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Vivian Larkin
Pete Bender ...
Percy Brown
Sid Jordan ...
Bill Spruce
Pat Chrisman ...
Harry McNutt
Ethylyn Chrisman ...
Jane Hope (as Mrs. Pat Chrisman)
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Tom Sage, a cowpuncher, likes motion pictures and decides to write a letter to Vivian Larkin, his favorite movie star. In his letter he expresses a hope that some day he can see her in real life. Shortly after Tom writes the letter the Pinto Film Stock Company, headed by Vivian Larkin, leaves for the West. The motion picture actors arrive at an Arizona town near where Tom Sage is employed. Their arrival incites great interest on the part of the cowboys. The actors quickly get down to work and are rehearsing a scene where Bill Spruce, the "heavy," is called upon to choke Vivian Larkin, the leading lady, when Tom Sage happens along, and believing it a real struggle, knocks Spruce out. The cowpuncher and the movie star meet for the first time, and Tom Sage recognizes the actress as the girl of his dreams. Becoming jealous of Percy Brown, the leading man, who, in the movie play, must make love to Vivian, Tom plans to put Brown out of business by teaching him broncho busting. Failing in ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy | Western

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13 January 1917 (USA)  »

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