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Broncho Billy and the Schoolmam's Sweetheart (1913)

Marjorie Wayne, the new school-teacher, comes to town and boards at the same ranch where Broncho Billy is foreman. Broncho Billy falls in love with her winsome ways and proposes to her. She... See full summary »
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Marjorie Wayne, the Schoolmam (as Bessie Sankey)
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Marjorie Wayne, the new school-teacher, comes to town and boards at the same ranch where Broncho Billy is foreman. Broncho Billy falls in love with her winsome ways and proposes to her. She tells him she does not love him, but expresses a wish that they be good friends. Her sweetheart from the city comes to the ranch and she marries him, much to the chagrin of Broncho Billy. Not long after the wedding, Steve gets into bad company and is persuaded to join in stealing some horses. He is captured by a posse, who are about to make short work of him, when Broncho Billy, through his love for Marjorie, holds up the posse and allows him to escape. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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26 July 1913 (USA)  »

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This story is like others of the series
14 October 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

In quality, this story is like others of the series; not quite so good as the best of them. Broncho Billy, G.M. Anderson, as Sheriff, saves a weakling, whom the schoolma'am loves, from a lynch law hanging; he had been persuaded by a villain to take part in a rustling bee and had been caught. At the end, Broncho, who also loves the schoolma'am, looks in through the window and sees her with her arms around the weakling. Some of the scenes are lovely; but the photography of many of the exteriors is obscure. - The Moving Picture World, August 9, 1913


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