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The Forest Ranger's Daughter (1909)

The forest ranger's daughter catches a spouse by hoodwinking Papa who brings in a minister.



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The Forest Ranger's Daughter


The old game warden in this picture is swearing in a deputy, a bright-faced, athletic young chap, and he is equipped with placards announcing the hunters' game limit. Among the penalties it reads that for killing a doe (young deer) the fine is $200. The old man has a most winsome daughter, and soon we see her going out for a lark in the woods, gun in hand, riding at the side of the new deputy. In the course of their rambles, he tries to talk love to her but she evades the issue, dashes away on her horse, and he just cannot catch up with her. Away, out in a thicket, she sights some game, raises her rifle, and puff! she has brought down a doe! Running to the spot, she is just bending over the animal, when the deputy appears. Now, of course, he loves her dearly, but then isn't he a deputy, and mustn't he do his duty? The ranger's daughter cannot help him out, and when she finally extends her hands to be handcuffed by him, he loses his nerve and lets her go. Here is a puzzle fit for ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Romance





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15 November 1909 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Released as a split reel along with The Brave (?) Policeman (1909). See more »

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