Learning his sister's husband has deserted her, Texas arrives to find her dead. When he finds him abusing Moya Dalton, Texas kills him in a gunfight. Attracted to Moya, Texas stays on. After foiling a stage robbery he becomes Sheriff. But then Moya is kidnaped.Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In 1915 a four-reel film was considered a feature and not a short. See more »
Turner Classic Movies showed a version restored by Hypercube L.L.C. NYC and distributed by National Film Museum Incorporated. It had a piano music score composed and performed by Douglas M. Protsik and ran 41 minutes. See more »
Nothing out of the ordinary here. Tom Mix plays the standard movie cowboy thrust into the standard situations and the film plods through its now well-worn paces in a brisk 46 minutes. It's a thrill to find films like this that still exist, and a disappointment when they turn out to be so ordinary. It's also good to be reminded that cinema's childhood was just as fraught with formulaic stories as it is today.
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