A dying prospector tells "Peaceful Peters" ( William Fairbanks ) of a mine he has discovered for "Buddy's Gal" and of his ambush by claim jumpers, and he gives Peters the location of the mine. In town Peters discovers the crooked dealings of dance-hall-owner Jim Blalock ( Harry La Mont ) and assayer Peter Hunter ( W. L. Lynch ). Meanwhile, he has narrowly escaped efforts to frame him for a robbery and a murder, and he rescues Mary Langdon ( Evelyn Nelson ), who has come to the dance-hall to answer an advertisement for a dance teacher, from Blalock. Peters wins the love of Mary, who turns out to be the dead prospector's niece, "Buddy's Gal."
This 1922 silent western/drama was produced by Ben Wilson Productions, starring William Fairbanks and Evelyn Nelson. The survival status of Peaceful Peters is listed as unknown, suggesting it may now be a lost silent film.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?