A ranch love story. Pictures like this deal with nothing new either in situation or incident, but manage to keep spectators interested merely because of the faculty in moving pictures of making things seem real. In this offering we are shown a cattle baron's pretty daughter "blotting the brand" on her father's cattle, and substituting that of the man she loves. Myrtle Stedman, who plays this Western sweetheart, shows remarkable ability in branding; she makes a good scene of it. Wm. Duncan, in the part opposite to her, makes, as usual, a very acceptable hero. Also in the cast are Rex de Rosselli, Lester Cuneo, Shorty de Long, C.E. Reeves, C.S. Tipton, and B. Jacobs. The story was written by Elizabeth Fraser and produced by Marshall Stedman. - The Moving Picture World, October 5, 1912
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