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Newburgh (NY) News
13 Sep 1927
p. 12
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Release Date:
23 May 1926
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Associated Exhibitors, Inc.
5 May 1926
LU22675
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,460
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Rawhide Rawlins returns to Paradise Hole after having spent 5 years evading the law for his supposed killing of Charlie Reep, who with Strobel and himself operated a mine. He forces Croont, Strobel's henchman, to apologize to blind Nan, the saloon pianist, for his insults and witnesses a deal between Jim Reep and Strobel. Still keeping his identity secret, Rawhide visits Charlie's grave with Two Gun, an eccentric character, and suggests that he was framed; he incurs the enmity of Nan, who believes that he was involved in a plot that resulted in the death of her father and sister. Nan is revealed to be cured of her blindness and to be aware of Strobel's perfidy; Rawhide forces Strobel to sign over the mine claim and rescues Nan from ...

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Rawhide Rawlins returns to Paradise Hole after having spent 5 years evading the law for his supposed killing of Charlie Reep, who with Strobel and himself operated a mine. He forces Croont, Strobel's henchman, to apologize to blind Nan, the saloon pianist, for his insults and witnesses a deal between Jim Reep and Strobel. Still keeping his identity secret, Rawhide visits Charlie's grave with Two Gun, an eccentric character, and suggests that he was framed; he incurs the enmity of Nan, who believes that he was involved in a plot that resulted in the death of her father and sister. Nan is revealed to be cured of her blindness and to be aware of Strobel's perfidy; Rawhide forces Strobel to sign over the mine claim and rescues Nan from kidnapers.

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