When Thurston Hall throws over Octavia Handworth to marry another woman and has Octavia ridden out of town on a rail, events conspire to give her most of her desired revenge.
At least, I think that's what's happening. There's a lot of speechifying and arm-waving going on in this western and while a lip reader might have been able to figure out what they are going on about, the hundred-year-old print I looked at on the Betzwood Film site on the Internet did it offer me the chance, nor do I have the skills.
This western was shot on the Betzwood lot in suburban Philadelphia, with some work done as far afield as a local quarry and even Gettysburg. While the presence of a relatively young Thurston Hall made it a movie I wished to see, the actual movie was a severe disappointment in almost every department.
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