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U.S. Marshal "High Pockets" Henderson discovers the body of Bud Blythe near the town of Farewell. After leaving his fingerprints on a photograph of Blythe's sister Joy, who traveled West with Blythe to start a ranch, High Pockets informs... See more »

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'High Pockets' Henderson
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Joy Blythe
William Black ...
Jim Stute
Frank Evans ...
Bull Bellows
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Max Manon
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Tony
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Mike Flynn (as Sam Ryan)
Neil Moran ...
Henry Allison

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Ira M. Lowry

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Adrian Gil-Spear ... (scenario) (as Gil Spear)
 
William Patterson White ... (novel)

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David Calcagni

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U.S. Marshal "High Pockets" Henderson discovers the body of Bud Blythe near the town of Farewell. After leaving his fingerprints on a photograph of Blythe's sister Joy, who traveled West with Blythe to start a ranch, High Pockets informs the sheriff. As Joy packs to go East, cattle thief Max Manon enters her home. After Joy forces him out, she goes to town, where Max's partners, Jim Stute and Bull Bellows, try to get her to drink. Recognizing her from the photograph, High Pockets intercedes and takes her to a hotel. When Manon climbs to her window, High Pockets lassoes him and drags him down. After High Pockets convinces Joy to stay and gets her work at the general store, the sheriff tries to arrest High Pockets for Blythe's murder because of the fingerprints, but High Pockets imprisons the sheriff and his aides. When Blythe's twin brother arrives, High Pockets makes Manon's sweetheart believe that the brother is Blythe's ghost. She screams that Manon was the murderer. High pockets stops Manon's escape, rounds up the others, and marries Joy. Written by AFI

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Taglines A drama of open plains and closed fists, "High Pockets" is Louis Bennison's latest western drama. (Print Ad- Ludington Daily News, ((Ludington, Mich.)) 19 January 1920) See more »
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  • Præriens Mysterium (Denmark)
  • Henderson vid statspolisen (Sweden)
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Trivia A copy of this film survives at the Betzwood Film Archive (Blue Bell, Pennsylvania). See more »

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