Jim Wandless, the owner of a few hundred head of cattle, and Dulcie Brent, the daughter of a rich cattle baron, are in love with each other. Mowbray, the foreman of Brent's ranch, is also ... See full summary »

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Jim Wandless
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Dulcie Brent
Rex De Rosselli ...
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Mowbray - Brent's Foreman
S.L. DeLong ...
Juan - a Mexican Servant (as Shorty DeLong)
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Jim Wandless, the owner of a few hundred head of cattle, and Dulcie Brent, the daughter of a rich cattle baron, are in love with each other. Mowbray, the foreman of Brent's ranch, is also in love with Dulcie, but she does not care for him. Jim asks Brent for his daughter's hand. Brent likes Jim very much but is exceedingly jealous of his daughter, so he tells Jim that he can marry Dnlcie when his herd of cattle matches Dulcie's, head for head. He hopes in this way to put Jim off and discourage him. The young people are forced to accept this mandate. Later, however, Dulcie sees how she can hurry matters somewhat and begins to put her plan in operation. Her cattle outnumber Jim's three to one. Her brand is the well known V.C. She realizes how easy it would be to change this brand into the "Diamond Eight," which is Jim's brand. She rides out to her herd, ropes and ties one of the steers and is in the act of changing the brand when Jim rides in and sees what she is doing. Dulcie rides ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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17 September 1912 (USA)  »

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Nothing new either in situation or incident
11 February 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A ranch love story. Pictures like this deal with nothing new either in situation or incident, but manage to keep spectators interested merely because of the faculty in moving pictures of making things seem real. In this offering we are shown a cattle baron's pretty daughter "blotting the brand" on her father's cattle, and substituting that of the man she loves. Myrtle Stedman, who plays this Western sweetheart, shows remarkable ability in branding; she makes a good scene of it. Wm. Duncan, in the part opposite to her, makes, as usual, a very acceptable hero. Also in the cast are Rex de Rosselli, Lester Cuneo, Shorty de Long, C.E. Reeves, C.S. Tipton, and B. Jacobs. The story was written by Elizabeth Fraser and produced by Marshall Stedman. - The Moving Picture World, October 5, 1912


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