Tom Aitken is very much in love with Kitty Tryon. Everything is lovely between them until Jack Fisher, a noted train robber, drifts into camp. He at once tries to force his presence upon ... See full summary »

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Mae Hotely - the Female Detective
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Tom Aitken (as Tommy Atkins)
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Kitty Tyron - Tom's Sweetheart
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Jack Fisher
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Tom Aitken is very much in love with Kitty Tryon. Everything is lovely between them until Jack Fisher, a noted train robber, drifts into camp. He at once tries to force his presence upon Kitty. Fisher is jealous of Tom and decides to rob him of his gold. Fisher and his gang follow Tom to his camp. But the game is bluffed by the appearance of an old fortune-teller. She seems always to pop up in time to block Fisher's game. After Fisher and his gang have kidnapped Tom and taken him to their shack, the fortune-teller appears again, but this time a little spryer than ever. When she whips out two revolvers and commands them to hold hands up, she gives Tom the handcuffs, the outlaws are shackled together and marched to the sheriff's office, where they are turned over to the law. The fortune-teller's identity is discovered in the person of Miss Mae Hotely, president of the Hotely Detective Agency. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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25 February 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the documentary Importing Cattle from Mexico Into the United States (1913). See more »

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