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A Pie Worth While (1912)

Jack Chalmers, foreman of the Woodward ranch, has trouble with two men in his employ. After repeated warnings he finally discharges Tom and Joe for ill treatment to horses. The ranch owner ... See full summary »

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Jack Chalmers, foreman of the Woodward ranch, has trouble with two men in his employ. After repeated warnings he finally discharges Tom and Joe for ill treatment to horses. The ranch owner asks the foreman what the trouble was. He tells the owner to pay them off. The ranch owner then gives a check to the foreman, instructing him to go to the bank for some money. Jack mounts his horse and leaves for the bank. His horse becomes lame. Jack dismounts and leads the wounded animal to the village blacksmith, where he leaves it and starts to walk to town. The two men discover Jack about to enter the bank. They quickly plan to get even for the loss of their positions by holding up Jack, taking the money and leaving the country. Their plans in this direction are thwarted by the timely arrival of Helen, Jack's fiancée. Again Jack encounters the men when about to leave Helen at her gate. The suspicious actions of the men at the bank and their presence at her home, causes Helen to fear for Jack's ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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10 April 1912 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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