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The Legend of Lovers Leap (1913)

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Fleet Wing, the flower of the Huachos, is loved by Wambau, a warrior of the same tribe. Although a mighty warrior, Wambau is rejected by the chief when he asks for the hand of his daughter,... See full summary »

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Henry King ...
Wambau
Dolly Larkin ...
Fleet Wing
Joseph Holland ...
Wolf Fang
Charles Frohman Everett ...
Wichauma - the Medicine Man (as Charles Everett)
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Fleet Wing, the flower of the Huachos, is loved by Wambau, a warrior of the same tribe. Although a mighty warrior, Wambau is rejected by the chief when he asks for the hand of his daughter, Pakeau's reason for refusing being that Wambau is poor and the chief wishes to marry his daughter to a rich suitor. In the meantime Wolf Fang the wealthy chief of the Crow Tribe, comes into the neighborhood to visit Wickuama, the great medicine man, to have him make medicine to bring the game back which has disappeared from his tribal hunting grounds. Wolf Fang, while at the medicine man's lodge, meets and is infatuated with Fleet Wing; he determines to possess her, and. going to the village of the Huacho chief, induces him to accept ponies and blankets in exchange for the hand of his daughter. Wambau and Fleet Wing call on the medicine man to aid them; he proposes a horse race, the winner to possess Fleet Wing. Wolf Fang wins the race and takes Fleet Wing away to his tribe. Finding that her heart ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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9 June 1913 (USA)  »

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