Headin' North (1921)

While eloping, Madge Mullin is killed when thrown from a stagecoach carelessly driven by Arthur Stowell, engineer of a surveying crew. Shy Bob Ryan, who was also in love with her, swears ... See full summary »

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Charles Bartlett
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Cast

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Pete Morrison ... Bob Ryan
Jack Walters Jack Walters ... Arthur Stowell
Gladys Cooper ... Madge Mullin
Dorothy Dickson ... Frances Wilson
William Dills ... Hank Wilson
Barney Furey ... The Boob
Will Frank Will Frank ... Madge's Father
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While eloping, Madge Mullin is killed when thrown from a stagecoach carelessly driven by Arthur Stowell, engineer of a surveying crew. Shy Bob Ryan, who was also in love with her, swears revenge and follows the engineer, who has taken the alias of Bull Thompson. Bull robs the wagon carrying the payroll to the men, framing Bob, who then is saved by the village fool from being lynched. This man discloses evidence clearing Bob and convicting Thompson, who admits to his former identity. Bob decides to remain in town with his new love, Frances, whom he has saved from a runaway coach. Written by Pamela Short

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This film is listed in the American Silent Feature Film Database as lost. See more »

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

March 1921 (USA) See more »

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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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