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Jim's Vindication (1912)

Many thrilling adventures of the wild west cling about the daring doings of the Pony Express riders, who cover the territory between the east and the west on horseback. One of these daring ... See full summary »

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... Jim - Pony Express Rider
Lester Cuneo ... The Prospector / Thief
Rex De Rosselli ... The Sheriff
Frank McClintock ... The Judge
... The Office Manager
Charles E. Reeves ... The Express Guard
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Many thrilling adventures of the wild west cling about the daring doings of the Pony Express riders, who cover the territory between the east and the west on horseback. One of these daring riders, exhausted after a long ride, is doped by a dose of morphine and robbed. A jury at trial convicts him of robbery and he is sentenced to serve time. His friends enable him to escape, having a number of faithful horses at command. During this wild flight for freedom, he encounters the real criminal and runs him down. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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29 October 1912 (USA)  »

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Good action, good riding and good scenery
4 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

A Western story with no women in the cast of characters, William Duncan is author and producer, and as usual with his work it has good action, good riding and good scenery. The situation was fabricated to give these three still popular qualities and reaches its objection very well. William Duncan himself plays the pony express man who is falsely accused of theft, is helped out of prison and vindicates himself by capturing the thief. Lester Cunio plays the thief; Rex de Rosselli, the sheriff, Frank McClintock, Marshall Stedman and Charles Reeves have important roles and there is a big posse composed of "Colorado's Best," according to the bulletin. - The Moving Picture World, November 9, 1912


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