Buck Madden, a sportive cowboy, backs his pinto against anything on the reservation for speed. Chief Swiftwind puts up all his possessions on his own horse. Being shy on cash, he puts up ... See full summary »

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Buck Madden, a sportive cowboy, backs his pinto against anything on the reservation for speed. Chief Swiftwind puts up all his possessions on his own horse. Being shy on cash, he puts up White Fawn. The cowboy wins the bet, but will not accept the girl, as his wife is due at his ranch that very afternoon. White Fawn, however, is obsessed with the idea that she belongs to Buck Madden, and she bobs up serenely wherever he goes, much to his embarrassment, until he seeks the protection of his wife who explains the release to the matter-of-fact maiden. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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17 December 1912 (USA)  »

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Buck's romance comes in a surprise package
20 April 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

William Duncan, as author, leading man and producer of this picture has made a fresh laughable comedy. Buck's romance comes in a surprise package. He's a married man and doesn't know that part of the stake he is racing with an Indian for is a pretty squaw (Myrtle Stedman). He wins, and the squaw now considers herself his lawful wife. The fun comes from her determination to stay with her husband whether he wills or not. The boys on Buck's ranch thoroughly enjoy the situation as does the audience. Florence Dye plays Buck's wife; Lester Cuneo, the squaw's father; Rex de Roselli, the ranch owner, Mrs. C. Sells, the rancher's wife. Buck rides his famous horse, "Kid." - The Moving Picture World, January 4, 1913


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