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Cowboy Chivalry (1910)

Percy Condon announces his intention of visiting his old chum, Ernest Langdon, at the latter's ranch. Percy was the weightlifting champion in his college days and Langdon tells the cowmen ... See full summary »
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Percy Condon
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Percy Condon announces his intention of visiting his old chum, Ernest Langdon, at the latter's ranch. Percy was the weightlifting champion in his college days and Langdon tells the cowmen that there will be some fun. Percy comes and creates an impression at the start by lifting from the rig the trunk that taxes the strength of two of the punchers. The trunk contains dumbbells and other training apparatus and it is not long before Percy puts on the gloves with the boys. Joe Haines, the foreman, makes but a poor showing as a boxer, and Rita, Langdon's sister, is attracted by Percy's skill and rather inclined to forget that there was a pretty good understanding between herself and Joe. She and Percy ride the range together and he is fast winning her love. But the Indians are out and Joe discovers them. He rides back to Rita and Percy, Indian fighting differs from weight lifting and boxing and in a panic of terror Percy mounts his horse and rides off, leaving Rita with her lame mare. Joe ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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22 August 1910 (USA)  »

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The story abounds in thrills and interesting situations
15 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

A cowboy's bravery in Indian fighting is used as a contrast for the athletic prowess of a tenderfoot with good effect. The dramatic situations are built up around a girl. Possibly Percy, the tenderfoot, would have got the girl if the Indians hadn't appeared. But, unfortunately, Percy's experience with Indians was limited and it is scarcely to be wondered at that he showed what is commonly called the white feather. Now enter the cowboy who knows all about Indians; and the chances he has to show how brave he is places him in high esteem with the girl again. Percy redeems himself, still he fails to get the girl. The story abounds in thrills and interesting situations and is acted with the usual snap of the Lubin players while the photography assist in making the film attractive. - The Moving Picture World, September 3, 1910


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