From the Universal press book: "Cheyenne Harry", owner of the biggest cattle ranch in his corner of the west, is having trouble with John Merritt, a land-grabbing Chicago meat-packer. By ... See full summary »
J. Barney Sherry,
Cattleman Flint cuts off farmer Sims' water supply. When Sims' son Ted goes for water, one of Flint's men kills him. Cheyenne is sent to finish off Sims, but finding the family at the newly dug grave, he changes sides.
Wrongfully blamed for the death of Col. John Randall, Cameo Kirby (Gilbert) must find the true villain and clear his name before he can declare his love for Adele (Olmstead), the dead man's... See full summary »
Cheyenne Harry ( Harry Carey ) and fellow convict Buck Masters ( Joe Harris ) become even more resentful enemies when Buck agrees to tamper with the prison's books for the warden's greedy son. The son secures Buck's release, but when Buck threatens blackmail, he soon decides that the best place for the outlaw is back in prison. Cheyenne Harry accepts a premature pardon, promising to deliver Buck to the warden's anxious son. So he goes off to search for the outlaw hoping to catch him committing a crime. Ending up in a small Western town. Harry falls in love with dance hall girl, Lola ( Neva Gerber ), not knowing she is Buck's sister. Harry informs the warden's son, when he discovers Buck is planning a robbery, deputies are quickly dispatched to arrest him. Harry is very touched by Lola's grief, he decides to pursue the deputies, along with the help of his two brothers, and rescue Buck. Lola then promises to marry Harry, while Buck promises to reform.
This 1918 western was directed by John Ford and produced by the Universal Film Manufacturing Company, starring the popular cowboy actor, Harry Carey. Sadly it now remains a lost silent film.
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