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Sybil Estabrook ( Carol Lombard ) comes west with her maid in order to visit her brother, Oscar ( Freeman Wood ), who has been sent to the plains to make a man of himself. Oscar, who has been losing at cards to Victor Dufresne ( William Davidson ), is forced by him to rob a stagecoach in order to pay off his gambling debts. Hal Emory ( Buck Jones ), an honest cowpoke, rescues Sybil from a landslide, winning her affection. Hal later learns of Oscar's actions and himself takes the blame for the holdup in order to protect the boy. Dufresne plans to kill Oscar, and Hal arrives just in time to prevent the crime. Dufresne is later killed by falling rocks, Oscar settles his account with the law, and Hal wins Sybil's love.
This 1925 silent western/drama was based from the novel The Outlaw by Jackson Gregory, produced by the Fox Film Corporation and starred Buck Jones and a young Carol Lombard. The survival status of Hearts and Spurs is listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost silent film. Hopefully a copy survives and resurfaces for public viewing and a proper review. Spurs is listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost silent film. Hopefully a copy survives for public viewing and a proper review.
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