During the Gold Rush of '49, Tom Romaine kills William Kent and runs off with his wife, Kate, leaving behind Kate's daughter, Betty, who is reared by a priest. Fifteen years later, Betty goes to California and looks up Tennessee, one of her father's friends, who makes her his partner in the Golden Princess Mine. Romaine learns of Betty's whereabouts and, with Kate's help, passes himself off as Betty's father. Tennessee recognizes them both and lets Betty know that Romaine killed her father. Romaine dynamites the mine with Betty and Tennessee inside; and Kate, who has killed Romaine, dies while rescuing them. Tennessee and Betty decide to become permanent partners in marriage.
Peter Pan has grown up to stardom. Skyrocketed to the highest screen honor by public demand. More adorable than ever as the heroine of Bret Harte's rousing romance of '49 (Print Ad- Evening Citizen, ((Ottawa, P.O.)) 2 January 1926)
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The Golden Princess (1925) is a lost silent film. See more
Version of Tennessee's Pardner