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In adjoining kingdoms rule Sylvia, beloved of her people, and Ferdinand, who is forced to exact homage from his subjects. He spends his life in riotous living. One day the two meet, and straightway Ferdinand decides that he will marry the queen, sending his prime minister with the proposal. But she refuses it. He delivers the ultimatum that unless she consents to his proposal within a certain space of time, he will declare war. In America two cowboys, Jim and Johnny Little Bear, discover a rich mine and decide to spend some of the money traveling. The two start out. It happens that during their travels they stop near the kingdom of Sylvia, and Jim, wishing to see a real queen, makes bold to climb the wall. He sees a beautiful lady, who is none other than Sylvia herself, but he thinks her one of the court ladies. She finally confides the predicament of the queen, and he tells her that he will come to the assistance of the great lady. He wires to Bill, one of the cowboys, and tells him ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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The 36 Year Old Noble Johnson
25 April 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The 36 year old Noble Johnson continued his acting career by acting in this film, 'Fighting for Love' which did not interest me at all. The fact that he was around inspired me because he rivaled Charles Chaplin, and then went on to set up his own production company.


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