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Broncho Billy and the Indian Maid (1912)

Bart McGrew, a rascally schemer, endeavors to secure an old Indian chief's signature to a deed that will give him thousands of acres of valuable land owned by the tribe. Laughing Fawn, the ... See full summary »

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Laughing Fawn
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Bart McGrew
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The Sheriff
Louis Morisette
Al Parks
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Bart McGrew, a rascally schemer, endeavors to secure an old Indian chief's signature to a deed that will give him thousands of acres of valuable land owned by the tribe. Laughing Fawn, the chief's beautiful daughter, suspects Bart of treachery and takes her father away before he signs. Later McGrew finds the old chief in the town saloon trying to buy whiskey, which is refused him. McGrew secures a bottle of liquor, gets the Indian in the back room, plies him with the fiery stuff until he is intoxicated, then endeavors to secure his signature to the paper. Laughing Fawn comes in search of her father, realizes, the situation, tears up the deed and is seized by the infuriated ruffian. Her screams attract the attention of Broncho Billy, who is playing cards in the outer room. He rushes in, covers McGrew with his six-shooter, sends Laughing Fawn and her father away, warns McGrew to stop his evil scheme and backs out the door. Burning with revenge, McGrew follows Broncho to his cabin and is... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Western

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29 June 1912 (USA)  »

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