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A Cowboy Argument (1909)

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In a Western inn cowboys are drinking. On the floor sits an Indian quietly smoking his pipe. Jim, a cowboy, under the influence of liquor, knocks the Indian down. The Indian is just about ... See full summary »

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In a Western inn cowboys are drinking. On the floor sits an Indian quietly smoking his pipe. Jim, a cowboy, under the influence of liquor, knocks the Indian down. The Indian is just about to strike him with a dagger, when Jack, another cowboy, holds him back and calms him with a few pleasant words. Jim mounts his horse and rides off. He meets the queen of the ranch, whom he tries to kiss. At this moment Jack appears on the scene, knocks Jim down and walks away with his sweetheart. He brings her home and then returns to the inn, where he meets Jim. At this moment an eagle circles over the inn. Both draw their revolvers and fire. The eagle comes down between them. Each one claims having made the lucky shot. A fight ensues, and they agree to let the cards decide who is the victor. Before entering the inn, Jim puts some cards in his boots determined to win the game and thus the glory for having killed the eagle. The Indian has noticed Jim's crookedness and follows him into the inn. At an ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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15 March 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Talked to Death (1909). See more »

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