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DATE
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Amersterdam (NY) Evening Recorder
15 Oct 1926
p. 6.
MPN Booking Guide
27 Oct 1926
p. 11.
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Release Date:
22 May 1926
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,900
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

When Eastern lawyer Bud Steele goes West for a mountain vacation, he meets Caroline Wells, an heiress who is being pursued by fortune hunter Edward Hurley. Hurley plans a fake kidnapping of the heiress, intending to "rescue" her and make himself appear to be a hero. His plans are interrupted when Bob comes to her rescue instead. Later, after Hurley unsuccessfully tries to implicate Bob in a murder that he himself has committed, Caroline intervenes and justice eventually is ... +


When Eastern lawyer Bud Steele goes West for a mountain vacation, he meets Caroline Wells, an heiress who is being pursued by fortune hunter Edward Hurley. Hurley plans a fake kidnapping of the heiress, intending to "rescue" her and make himself appear to be a hero. His plans are interrupted when Bob comes to her rescue instead. Later, after Hurley unsuccessfully tries to implicate Bob in a murder that he himself has committed, Caroline intervenes and justice eventually is served. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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