Lorna is a woman and she is all business when it comes to running the "L.L." Ranch and she has no trouble in handling it and the "boys" who work for her, especially "Jeff," her foreman, who... See full summary »

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Lorna is a woman and she is all business when it comes to running the "L.L." Ranch and she has no trouble in handling it and the "boys" who work for her, especially "Jeff," her foreman, who gives her a hand. She evidently appreciates his services and thinks him a handy and pleasant fellow to have around, her "Runs" are the best in Texas. There is a question of title to her land. Finally the Supreme Court decides against her and she is obliged to turn the "L.L." Ranch over to Sir Reginald Coutts-Harcourt, in whose favor the decision has been made. He is an overbearing fellow and meets with the dislike of the cowpunchers, who despise him as much on Lorna's account as for himself. Lorna gives him respectful attention but repulses all his familiarities as she explains to him the boundaries of the place, its general workings and stock. After turning things over to him she buys a smaller ranch and starts in business again with fresh hope and ambition. Sir Reginald has very little use for a ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Telling a straightforward story
1 November 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A Western comedy, detailing with some success, the adventures of a lord who contests a claim for a ranch with a woman, popular with all the cowboys and wins. Through some of those strange events in the way of fate, her favorite cowboy, and her abject slave, comes into possession of money and buys back the ranch. Before it is known, however, the irate cowboys have decided to make a shining example of the lord, and the new owner arrives at the ranch to find the lord fitted out with a hempen necktie, traveling the road that leads toward eternity. He is released and makes a getaway that is surprising in its celerity. Then the new owner and the former proprietor conclude a bargain which makes them joint proprietors for life. A lively and well-acted picture, telling a straightforward story. - The Moving Picture World, January 28, 1911


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