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The Call of the Open Range (1911)

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Out on one of the wild and desolate plateaus in the Rocky Mountains, Jim Warner, an old '49-er, lived with his family. Ed Warner, his oldest son, is dissatisfied with his isolated life. ... See full summary »

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J. Warren Kerrigan ...
Ed Warner
Pauline Bush ...
Mamie Marvin
Jack Richardson ...
The Ranch Foreman
Louise Lester
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Out on one of the wild and desolate plateaus in the Rocky Mountains, Jim Warner, an old '49-er, lived with his family. Ed Warner, his oldest son, is dissatisfied with his isolated life. When alone and looking down in the valleys below, with its herds of grazing cattle and merry, racing cowboys, his soul is filled with longing to mingle with and be one of them. Bidding his parents good-bye, he starts down the trail, to the open range below. He appears at the 2 U Ranch and asks employment of the foreman. The cowboys are inclined to laugh at the mountaineer, and the foreman employs him, more for the diversion he expects to get than for actual need of his services. Mamie Marvin, the ranchman's daughter, is impressed with the manly looking mountaineer. However, the foreman is in love with Mamie, and when he sees the admiring glances she gives his new employee, he becomes jealous, and addressing a sneering remark to her, he grasps her arm in an authoritative way. The insult is so obvious ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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3 July 1911 (USA)  »

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