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Film Daily
15 Jan 1922
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Variety
13 Jan 1922
p. 42
DETAILS
Release Date:
20 November 1921
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Playgoers Pictures, Inc.
6 December 1921
LU17300
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,000
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

The Brocktons claim the Little Smoky region as their own when the government turns it into a forest and game preserve and challenges their rights to use the area as they please. Bob Hayne, a forest ranger, loves Anne, daughter of the Brockton clan leader; but Anne is jealous when Bob defends Gita, a Gypsy princess, from unwelcome attentions and when the Gypsy later saves his life. Bob arrests Anne's father for breaking the game laws, but Brockton is acquitted when Anne steals the evidence. In a row following the trial, Bob is trailed by hounds when he is believed to have killed Ed Brockton. Anne dresses in Bob's clothes to mislead the hounds, and during a storm she finds Ed alive in Bob's cabin. Tom, Anne's brother who was shell-shocked in France, saves the Gypsy, whom he loves, from a renegade Indian, and both couples are happily ...

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The Brocktons claim the Little Smoky region as their own when the government turns it into a forest and game preserve and challenges their rights to use the area as they please. Bob Hayne, a forest ranger, loves Anne, daughter of the Brockton clan leader; but Anne is jealous when Bob defends Gita, a Gypsy princess, from unwelcome attentions and when the Gypsy later saves his life. Bob arrests Anne's father for breaking the game laws, but Brockton is acquitted when Anne steals the evidence. In a row following the trial, Bob is trailed by hounds when he is believed to have killed Ed Brockton. Anne dresses in Bob's clothes to mislead the hounds, and during a storm she finds Ed alive in Bob's cabin. Tom, Anne's brother who was shell-shocked in France, saves the Gypsy, whom he loves, from a renegade Indian, and both couples are happily united.

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