Jack Wilson and Bill Galoway, the sheriff, loved Bessie, daughter of the ranchman. In a spirit of fun Jack kissed Bessie, and, panic-stricken mounted his horse and galloped off. Bill, ... See full summary »

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Jack Wilson and Bill Galoway, the sheriff, loved Bessie, daughter of the ranchman. In a spirit of fun Jack kissed Bessie, and, panic-stricken mounted his horse and galloped off. Bill, quarreling with the ranchman, struck him with a wrench and left him for dead. Seeing his chance to fasten the guilt on Jack, the sheriff hastily organizes a posse and soon overhauled Jack. He was summarily tried in a neighboring saloon, when Bessie, loving Jack, hurried to his rescue. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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18 January 1912 (USA)  »

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How this picture got its name is not clear
31 July 2016 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

An acceptable cowpuncher romance with a situation, in its early stages, not unlike situations used in other romances of this kind by this company. It is worked out freshly, however. Two men love the ranch owner's daughter. The evil one kills the old man and gets the other, the acceptable lover, accused. The murderer is the sheriff and it is he who holds court. The ranchman, however, though long unconscious, recovers. The girl arrives in time to save her lover. How this picture got its name is not clear, but is a small matter. The picture is a good one and is an acceptable program filler. - The Moving Picture World, January 27, 1912


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