Jack Robbins is a gentleman bandit. For months he has been hunted in vain by Bob Ford, the sheriff. Mary Gray, a young lady physician, comes west; Robbins befriends her and, not knowing him... See full summary »

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Jack Robbins - a Gentleman Bandit
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Jack Robbins is a gentleman bandit. For months he has been hunted in vain by Bob Ford, the sheriff. Mary Gray, a young lady physician, comes west; Robbins befriends her and, not knowing him to be a bandit, she admires him. One day the sheriff gets close enough to Robbins to seriously wound him and he is in desperate straits. By accident Dr. Gray finds him and he becomes her patient. As a matter of professional honor, she refuses to reveal his whereabouts, and she nurses him back to health. Robbins in the meantime has grown to love and admire the brave, honorable little woman, and he lets her know his love. Now, down in her heart, she loves Robbins in return, for she sees the good in him; but she also realizes that he is a thief. Bidding him good-bye, she gives him a few words to think over: "Remember that no good woman can love a thief, and that you can't build happiness on a life of crime." Robbins does think the words over, and the man who never feared the guns of the sheriff's ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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