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During the Round-Up (1913)

Called away on a deal, the ranchero left the foreman in full charge of the round-up. That was the opportunity the stranger and his accomplice were seeking. The girl's determination to ... See full summary »

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Frank Opperman ... The Ranchero
... The Ranchero's Daughter
... The Stranger
William A. Carroll ... The Mexican
Fred Burns ... The Foreman
... The Foreman's Brother (as Robert Burns)
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Called away on a deal, the ranchero left the foreman in full charge of the round-up. That was the opportunity the stranger and his accomplice were seeking. The girl's determination to recover the money at all costs resulted in a daring rescue on the part of the young foreman, who registered another triumph at the final round-up. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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19 July 1913 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The object is to provide a sensational rescue
8 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

The discharged Mexican gets his friend (Henry Walthall) to apply for the place left vacant on the ranch. It is just at round-up time when it is easy to rob the house and get off with money. The daughter (one of the Gish girls) of the owner is loved by the foreman who, at first, is jealous of the stranger. After the robbery, the girl jumps into the wagon and. hidden, is carried away by the thieves to be rescued by the foreman, galloping after. The object is to provide a sensational rescue; the foreman catches her safely from the wagon after the villains have been disposed of and does it from horseback at speed. There are interesting backgrounds and some fine views of a big herd of horses. It is pretty well photographed. - The Moving Picture World, August 2, 1913


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