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The Lonely Range (1911)

Charley Crawford, a young ranch man, marries the daughter of a farmer and takes her from the homestead to his ranch in the West. They are very happy, in love, and the days slip by, ... See full summary »

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Charley Crawford
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Lucille Crawford
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Charley Crawford, a young ranch man, marries the daughter of a farmer and takes her from the homestead to his ranch in the West. They are very happy, in love, and the days slip by, unnoticed, while they are together. But the day comes when it is necessary for the young husband to leave his home to look after his scattered herd. After he is gone, the young wife, left alone, finds the absence of human companionship and the silence of the vast prairie oppressive. In the course of their work, her husband and his companions come upon a ranger, whose horse has fallen upon him, pinning him underneath and seriously injuring him. Crawford's ranch is the nearest habitation and the ranger is carried to the ranch to be looked after by the young wife. She welcomes the break in the monotony and nurses the ranger; glad to have the diversion. The ranger's injuries are soon well, thanks to her care; and he prepares to leave the ranch. He informs Mrs. Crawford of his intention and she watches his ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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19 October 1911 (USA)  »

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It doesn't deserve special notice
4 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

The young man and wife had taken a homestead far out on a lonely part of the range and the wife felt the monotony of it greatly. The young husband, on his way to look up cattle, found a hurt stranger and left him at the cabin with his wife. When this stranger was rested and recovered, he departed, but carried the wife with him as far as the post office. A friend of the husband, seeing the two riding away together, told, and the husband, not finding the wife at home, becomes an outlaw. Not till after he is arrested does he get the wife's letter telling him that she had gone home only till after the round-up. It is a well-acted and fairly interesting Western; but it doesn't deserve special notice. - The Moving Picture World, October 28, 1911


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