Dance-hall queen Kate Carewe is the toast of the gold-mining camp of Huxley's Gulch. One day a minister, Ralph Bowen, arrives to "clean up" the town. He is scorned by the miners, gamblers ... See full summary »

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Kate Carewe
Alan Roscoe ...
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'Three Card' Duncan
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Marshall Leland (as Joseph Dowling)
Edna Mae Wilson ...
Ruth Kemp
Alfred Hollingsworth ...
Oliver Kemp
Phil Gastrock ...
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Dance-hall queen Kate Carewe is the toast of the gold-mining camp of Huxley's Gulch. One day a minister, Ralph Bowen, arrives to "clean up" the town. He is scorned by the miners, gamblers and "loose women" of the place, especially Kate, who resents that Bowen calls her a "scarlet woman". One day a plague hits the settlement and many of the townspeople abandon the disease's victims and head for the hills--except for Kate and Ralph, who begin to see each other in a new light. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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1850s | 1840s | california | plague | rescue | See All (8) »

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History | Western

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13 July 1919 (USA)  »

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