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Border Justice (1925)

Passed  -  Action | Adventure | Romance  -  1 July 1925 (USA)
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Texas Ranger Joe Wellard is assigned to bring in an outlaw known as Phillip Gerard, who turns out to be Joe's brother using an assumed name. Phillip is apparently killed when he falls over ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview:
Bill Cody ...
Joseph Welland
John Gough ...
Phillip Gerard
Robert Homans ...
Robert Maitland
Nola Luxford ...
Mary Maitland
Mack V. Wright ...
Angus Bland
Tote Du Crow ...
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Dorothy Ponedel ...
Annona Wetona
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Texas Ranger Joe Wellard is assigned to bring in an outlaw known as Phillip Gerard, who turns out to be Joe's brother using an assumed name. Phillip is apparently killed when he falls over a cliff in a struggle with Joe. Later, Joe discovers that Texas Ranger Captain Robert Maitland is allowing Angus Bland, a notorious gang-leader, to move illegal goods across the Mexican border, because he is indebted to him for his daughter's education. Joe is in love with the daughter, Mary. Joe resigns from the Rangers and goes after Bland, who has kidnapped Mary. Along the way, he finds that his brother is still alive. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Very good action for a one reel silent.
24 May 2002 | by (Racine, WI. USA) – See all my reviews

I recently inherited a 16mm print of Border Justice. I'm not much for silent films however; this has got some good action. The special effects during the shoot out in the cannon are superb. The scripting is a little light but, overall, it's a good 10-minute flick.


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