That power which "hath charms to soothe the savage breast," had charm enough to win Nora, the good- looking cook of the Flying G ranch. Bob, the foreman, thought that Nora's affections were... See full summary »

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That power which "hath charms to soothe the savage breast," had charm enough to win Nora, the good- looking cook of the Flying G ranch. Bob, the foreman, thought that Nora's affections were being won by Dan, a hobo musician who was quite some fiddler. You never in your life saw such a ranch as the Flying G. The cowboys all played mouth organs and some performed on the trombone. There was a Mexican who twanged a mandolin, an Indian who beat the big bass drum, a Chinaman who clashed the cymbals and a colored gentleman who rattled the bones. They played their instruments at all hours and in all manner of places. They particularly delighted in serenading Nora. And she, being a kind-hearted girl, smiled and pretended to like it while they were looking, but tried to shut out the noise when their eyes were turned. When they all played together, cowboys, Indian, colored gentleman and Mexican, it sounded like a rolling mill, a cat concert on the back fence and the battle scene of "The Roundup"... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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15 December 1910 (USA)  »

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