Flint discovers a carriage overturned and stops a man whipping an Indian. Countess Baranof is traveling to Alaska with her bodyguard Col. Vasily a Cossock trained in the Russian concept of nobles being above other classes. The Countess is less bothered by the American idea of equality than the Colonel as she takes a quick interest in Flint. Flint releases the Indian taking the Countess and Colonel to the train as their horses and carriage are gone. The Countess tries to use her romantic influence with Flint to obtain a wagon and horses but when it fails she is able to convince Alex Foster to help as he wants to leave his wife. Flint tries to dissuade the Countess from going but the Colonel forces her to go as he is part of a revolutionary group in Russia who wants to takes the family fortune of the Countess. When Mrs. Foster says she was stabbed by the Countess, Flint goes after her to take her to jail. He catches the group where Mr. Foster has learned he was used and in danger from ... Written by
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A rare appearance of Alice the housekeeper herself. Miss Ann B. Davis of The Brady Bunch fame as Mrs. Foster. See more