The Desert Demon (1925)

Western | 4 October 1925

Director:

Richard Thorpe

Writer:

Alex McLaren

Cinematographer:

Ray Ries

Production Company:

Action Pictures, Inc.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Cinearte
31 Aug 1927
p. 28.
Daily Independent (Murphysboro, IL)
30 Nov 1925
p. 3.
Galveston (TX) Daily News
3 Apr 1926
p. 2.
DETAILS
Release Date:
4 October 1925
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,012
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Bill Davis saves an Indian woman from attack by Jim Slade. Bill later gets lost in the desert, where his horse dies from thirst. Nita Randall, whose father operates a mine on the edge of the desert, finds Bill in time to prevent him from suffering a similar fate. Jim Slade plots to get control of the Randall mine; Randall kills one of Slade's men and himself dies of an injury. Bill takes the blame, and Nita turns against him. She later forgives him after he beats up Slade. Nita and Bill are ... +


Bill Davis saves an Indian woman from attack by Jim Slade. Bill later gets lost in the desert, where his horse dies from thirst. Nita Randall, whose father operates a mine on the edge of the desert, finds Bill in time to prevent him from suffering a similar fate. Jim Slade plots to get control of the Randall mine; Randall kills one of Slade's men and himself dies of an injury. Bill takes the blame, and Nita turns against him. She later forgives him after he beats up Slade. Nita and Bill are united. +

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