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The Red Saunders stories first appeared in McClure's Magazine . Phillips also published several Red Saunders ... More Less

The Red Saunders stories first appeared in McClure's Magazine . Phillips also published several Red Saunders novels. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
20 Jul 18
p. 583.
ETR
27 Jul 18
p. 675.
MPN
27 Jul 18
p. 573.
MPW
3 Feb 17
p. 709.
MPW
3 Aug 18
p. 718.
NYDM
3 Aug 18
p. 164.
Variety
26 Jul 18
p. 31.
Wid's
14 Jul 18
pp. 25-26.
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LITERARY
Based on the Red Saunders stories by Henry Wallace Phillips (1902--1906).
DETAILS
Release Date:
21 July 1918
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Bashful ranch hand Aleck is in love. To help him get his girl, Red Saunders goes to town and convinces Lindy, whom Red thinks is the object of Aleck's affections, to come to the ranch. Meanwhile, Ah Sing, "the ranch Chinaman," steals the cowboys' clothes and pawns them. Red and Lindy meet with Ah Sing and the pursuing, half-clad cowboys at a gambling hall and regain the lost clothing. Red discovers he has brought the wrong girl, but the situation brightens when she consents to his ... +


Bashful ranch hand Aleck is in love. To help him get his girl, Red Saunders goes to town and convinces Lindy, whom Red thinks is the object of Aleck's affections, to come to the ranch. Meanwhile, Ah Sing, "the ranch Chinaman," steals the cowboys' clothes and pawns them. Red and Lindy meet with Ah Sing and the pursuing, half-clad cowboys at a gambling hall and regain the lost clothing. Red discovers he has brought the wrong girl, but the situation brightens when she consents to his proposal. +

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