As a wagon train treks west, two men, Lt. Singleton and a Stanton, a scout, are rivals for the attentions of the Colonels's daughter, Virginia. Stanton is held for murder after a fight with a bad guy named Davolo. He escapes jail and joins the train disguised as a minister. Virginia runs off with him and they start a saloon in San Fransisco. Guilt overcomes him and he leaves her, he rejoins the Army, afterward finding she forgives him.
The First Outdoor All-Talking, All-Singing, All-Dancing, All-Life Action Photoplay. All filmed in Natural Colour by the Technicolour process. (Print Ad- The Press,((Christchurch, NZ)) 10 September 1930)
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As many as 20 microphones were used on location in Lone Pine, California, to capture the wagon train scenes. See more
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I Like You as You Are
Music by Vincent Youmans
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Sung by John Boles See more