The blind violinist had so endeared himself to the inhabitants of Willow Creek that they called him affectionately "Mister Paganini." One day the town of Fourflush wrote requesting the loan... See full summary »

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Jack Drumier ...
Mister Paganini - the Blind Violinist
Mary Malatesta ...
Marietta Johnson
Joseph McDermott ...
Tom Evans
Ivan Christy ...
Shakespeare George
Walter Woodin ...
Stinger Johnson
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The blind violinist had so endeared himself to the inhabitants of Willow Creek that they called him affectionately "Mister Paganini." One day the town of Fourflush wrote requesting the loan of Mister Paganini for a gala occasion. In the Fourflush saloon he was regaling himself with a glass of water when a local bad man rode through and started to shoot up the town. Mister Paganini stumbled through a doorway into an inner room, beyond which three newcomers were drinking in private. Without meaning to listen, he heard fragments of conversation which shook his confidence in humanity. The three ruffians were planning to jump an unfiled claim, and that claim was the property of his friends, Tom Evans, Shakespeare George and Stinger Johnson. Mister Paganini determined to act. He feared to trust anyone, so he must go through with it himself. He, a blind man, unfamiliar with the trails, must get back to Willow Creek before dawn and warn his friends. Undaunted by the terrible ordeal, he turned... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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24 August 1915 (USA)  »

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