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The Redeemed Claim (1913)

George Ingraham is refused a loan by all the money lenders in town, until one of them accidentally discovering that a vein of gold runs through Ingraham's land, offers to lend him the money... See full summary »
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Mr. Orr, a Government Assayist
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The Rancher's Daughter
Harry Keenan
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George Ingraham is refused a loan by all the money lenders in town, until one of them accidentally discovering that a vein of gold runs through Ingraham's land, offers to lend him the money on the property, with the understanding that he is to take possession if the money is not paid back by 12 o'clock noon on September 30th. Mr. Orr, the young government assayer, who had been notified of the find, meets Grace Ingraham and becomes very much interested in her. While out riding together on the morning of the 30th, the girl tells the man that her father is about to lose his property, as he is unable to pay off the mortgage due that day. When he finds that both father and daughter are ignorant of the fact that gold has been discovered on their land, he is furious, and getting the money himself, gives it to the girl, who is able to pay it off just in time to save her father's property. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Gets up a legitimate interest
22 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

This number features G.M. Anderson as a young assayer. He discovers that the land belonging to bis girl's father contains a valuable mining claim. After an exciting ride he brings money to pay off the note against her father. This western offering is handled very well and gets up a legitimate interest, though the story is of course not very new. The climax was exciting. - The Moving Picture World, October 4, 1913


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