On the Go (1925)

Western | 4 April 1925

Director:

Richard Thorpe

Cinematographer:

Ray Ries

Production Company:

Action Pictures, Inc.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Exhibitors Trade Review
18 Apr 1925
p. 61.
Film Daily
5 Apr 1925.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
4 April 1925
Copyright Claimant:
Arrow Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
3 April 1925
Copyright Number:
LU21313
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,825
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Bill Drake finds a girl who has fainted in the middle of the road and takes her back to the ranch where he works. The owner of the ranch, Evans, refuses the girl shelter, and Bill places her in the care of Graves, the local undertaker. To be near the girl, Bill takes a job in the general store. Tom Evans, the son of the ranchowner, loses his father's payroll at cards and robs the store in order to replace the money. Bill is accused of the crime and taken into custody, but he escapes and finds Tom, bringing him in for the sheriff. In the meantime, a detective hired by the girl's father has found her, and the father has arrived to take her home by train. Bill rides after the train, leaps through a window, and proposes to the startled ... +


Bill Drake finds a girl who has fainted in the middle of the road and takes her back to the ranch where he works. The owner of the ranch, Evans, refuses the girl shelter, and Bill places her in the care of Graves, the local undertaker. To be near the girl, Bill takes a job in the general store. Tom Evans, the son of the ranchowner, loses his father's payroll at cards and robs the store in order to replace the money. Bill is accused of the crime and taken into custody, but he escapes and finds Tom, bringing him in for the sheriff. In the meantime, a detective hired by the girl's father has found her, and the father has arrived to take her home by train. Bill rides after the train, leaps through a window, and proposes to the startled girl. +

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