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Release Date:
29 January 1922
Copyright Claimant:
Fred Stone Productions
Copyright Date:
19 January 1922
Copyright Number:
LP17473
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,900
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Billy Jim, a wealthy westerner posing as a happy-go-lucky cowboy, gets into a dispute with a man aboard a train. A girl berates him for his actions, and he loses his heart to her; later, while drunk, he finds her bound to a chair in a cabin and after releasing her learns that she is traveling with her father to a resort. Billy Jim holds up a card game, hires a car with the money taken, and arrives at the resort ahead of her. At her father's mining camp Billy Jim succeeds in routing claim jumpers and saving the property. When the sheriff arrives to arrest him for holding up the card game, it is revealed that he is a wealthy cattle owner. Billy Jim departs, but the girl follows to return his gun, and all ends ... +


Billy Jim, a wealthy westerner posing as a happy-go-lucky cowboy, gets into a dispute with a man aboard a train. A girl berates him for his actions, and he loses his heart to her; later, while drunk, he finds her bound to a chair in a cabin and after releasing her learns that she is traveling with her father to a resort. Billy Jim holds up a card game, hires a car with the money taken, and arrives at the resort ahead of her. At her father's mining camp Billy Jim succeeds in routing claim jumpers and saving the property. When the sheriff arrives to arrest him for holding up the card game, it is revealed that he is a wealthy cattle owner. Billy Jim departs, but the girl follows to return his gun, and all ends happily. +

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