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Milt Dale ( Jack Holt ) discovers that Clint Beasley ( Warner Oland ) is scheming to kidnap Nancy Raynor ( Georgia Hale ), who is to inherit a ranch from her dying uncle. Dale outwits the gang by kidnapping the girl himself and taking her to his cabin. Nancy seizes his gun and has him jailed. Distressed over her uncle's death, she is easy prey for the amorous attentions of Beasley; but when she begins to mistrust him, Beasley takes her to his ranch. With the aid of his pet cougar, Dale escapes jail, at Beasley's ranch a struggle ensues, and Beasley is killed. Nancy, realizing Dale's innocence, admits her love for him, and they are united.
This 1926 silent western/drama was based on the novel, Man of the Forest by Zane Grey, produced by the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation and starring Jack Holt and Georgia Hale. The survival of this film is now listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost silent.
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