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DATE
PAGE
Alton (IL) Evening Telegraph
13 Mar 1926
p. 6.
DETAILS
Release Date:
23 November 1925
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,292
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Wally Moore, unjustly convicted for a crime he did not commit, returns home when he is released from jail and finds that his mother's ranch has been seized by Banker Brown. When Jack Bowers annoys Helen Jenkins with his foul attentions, Wally gets into a fight with him and ends up in jail again. Jack Bowers and his gang rob the bank, and Wally is released from jail to go after them. He rounds up the bandits and recovers the loot. Wally then gets a reward, his name is cleared, and he marries ... +


Wally Moore, unjustly convicted for a crime he did not commit, returns home when he is released from jail and finds that his mother's ranch has been seized by Banker Brown. When Jack Bowers annoys Helen Jenkins with his foul attentions, Wally gets into a fight with him and ends up in jail again. Jack Bowers and his gang rob the bank, and Wally is released from jail to go after them. He rounds up the bandits and recovers the loot. Wally then gets a reward, his name is cleared, and he marries Helen. +

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