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The Bandit King (1907)

 -  Short | Drama | Western  -  29 June 1907 (USA)
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As a result of a stagecoach hold-up and other crimes, Buck Brady has become known locally as the "King of Bandits". The sheriff posts a $1000 reward for Brady, dead or alive. Soon a full-scale effort is underway to capture the bandit king.

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Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson
Joseph Dennis
Orph Hall
Bert Latimer
James Mencimer
Tom Normile
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As a result of a stagecoach hold-up and other crimes, Buck Brady has become known locally as the "King of Bandits". The sheriff posts a $1000 reward for Brady, dead or alive. Soon a full-scale effort is underway to capture the bandit king.

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Pretty Good Action & Detail
27 January 2005 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

There is some pretty good action and detail in this very short western feature by "Broncho Billy" Anderson, and it is worth seeing even though the surviving print seems to be in pretty bad shape. There is enough to tell the story, and to provide a good idea of what might have gone into making it originally.

The short story-line concerns the hunt for a notorious "Bandit King", and there are several short sequences in quick succession that tell the story. Even though it looks as if some of the footage is now missing, there is plenty of action, and it was probably a pretty good story at one time.

There is also some good detail visible in the scenes and backgrounds, much of which you can still see even though much of the footage is now blurry or marred. It's too bad that it has deteriorated so much, but enough of it still exists to make it worth seeing.


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