After being betrayed to the law by one of his henchmen, a bandit leader seeks to avenge himself.After being betrayed to the law by one of his henchmen, a bandit leader seeks to avenge himself.After being betrayed to the law by one of his henchmen, a bandit leader seeks to avenge himself.
Outlaw Black Deering leads a band of desperadoes, but decides to give up the bandit life. Agreeing to go on one last job with his gang, he is captured when his henchman Jordan betrays the gang for the reward. Deering escapes and determines to avenge himself on Jordan. —Jim Beaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Entertaining silent oater
William S. Hart was a huge star in the early days of cinema, and The Toll Gate was one of his self-produced, self-written starrers. He plays a bad guy with a heart of gold who stumbles across a widow and her young son as he is pursued by the sheriff's posse. Sure as shootin' he reforms! I would love to hear what 'Master Richard Headrick', who played the three year old child, has to say (if anything) about his role in this and a number of other 20s features. According to IMDB he's still alive--at least at the date of this writing!
- Dec 5, 2001
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