This satirical parody of William S. Hart's melodramatic films finds Buster in the frozen north, "last stop on the subway." He uses a wanted poster as his partner in robbing a gambling house. When he thinks he spies his wife making love to another man he shoots them both only to learn it isn't his cabin after all. Written by
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His life was in danger-a gang of Alaskan roughnecks were bent on a shooting frolic-but Buster chased them into the snow and they got cold feet.
Did You Know?
The film was an implied insult to William S. Hart, who released public statements against Arbuckle during his scandal. Hart refused to talk to Keaton for many years after the film. See more
Knife is pulled twice on The Bad Man in the fight at the end of the film. See more
Referenced in The Buster Keaton Story