Director:

Richard Stanton

Writer:

Richard Stanton

Production Designer:

Charles Odd

Production Company:

Fox Film Corp.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
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16 Dec 16
pp. 27-28.
Motog
5 Aug 16
p. 327.
Variety
16 Jan 20
p. 62.
Wid's
27 Jul 16
p. 744.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
24 July 1916
Copyright Claimant:
William Fox
Copyright Date:
23 July 1916
Copyright Number:
LP8776
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Touring the West with her sweetheart, Sir Charles Beverly, Mildred Manning wants to experience frontier life firsthand. While Charles gambles, two drunken cowboys claim Mildred as a "prize" until ranch owner Del Burton saves her, then claims her for himself. Being with Mildred softens some of Del's roughness, so he gives her up to a rescue party. Later, in love with Mildred, Del goes East to look for her. A friend makes Del's appearance more citified, and when finally he does find Mildred, she cannot recognize him. At a masquerade ball, Del once again wears his Western clothes and Mildred recognizes him as "the beast" who kidnapped her, but realizes that she loves ... +


Touring the West with her sweetheart, Sir Charles Beverly, Mildred Manning wants to experience frontier life firsthand. While Charles gambles, two drunken cowboys claim Mildred as a "prize" until ranch owner Del Burton saves her, then claims her for himself. Being with Mildred softens some of Del's roughness, so he gives her up to a rescue party. Later, in love with Mildred, Del goes East to look for her. A friend makes Del's appearance more citified, and when finally he does find Mildred, she cannot recognize him. At a masquerade ball, Del once again wears his Western clothes and Mildred recognizes him as "the beast" who kidnapped her, but realizes that she loves him. +

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