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DATE
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ETR
7 Dec 18
p. 72.
ETR
28 Dec 18
p. 265, 336
MPN
7 Dec 18
p. 3420.
MPW
30 Sep 18
p. 7.
MPW
21 Dec 18
p. 1370, 1389
MPW
28 Dec 18
p. 1473.
New York Times
16 Dec 18
p. 13.
NYDM
21 Dec 18
p. 910.
Variety
29 Nov 18
p. 40.
DETAILS
Release Date:
15 December 1918
Copyright Claimant:
William S. Hart Productions, Inc.
Copyright Date:
8 November 1918
Copyright Number:
LP13042
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,145
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Rowdy cowboy Robert "Bob" Sands leads his friends in tearing up an Arizona town that has gone distressingly "dry," until members of the Law-and-Order League hog-tie Bob and ship him East on a passenger train. Bob, out for adventure, goes on to New York and becomes the guardian of the wild-tempered Larry Harrington, a millionaire's son. Larry commissions Bob to deliver love letters to waitress Mary Lee, an entanglement forbidden by Harrington, Sr., but Bob falls in love with the girl himself. Mary decides that she prefers cowboys to millionaires, and Bob and Mary wed and return to the ... +


Rowdy cowboy Robert "Bob" Sands leads his friends in tearing up an Arizona town that has gone distressingly "dry," until members of the Law-and-Order League hog-tie Bob and ship him East on a passenger train. Bob, out for adventure, goes on to New York and becomes the guardian of the wild-tempered Larry Harrington, a millionaire's son. Larry commissions Bob to deliver love letters to waitress Mary Lee, an entanglement forbidden by Harrington, Sr., but Bob falls in love with the girl himself. Mary decides that she prefers cowboys to millionaires, and Bob and Mary wed and return to the West. +

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