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DETAILS
Release Date:
September 1921
Production Date:

Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,000
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Don "Smiler" Ward, a ranger, is about to marry Mary Alden when Eddie Loring, son of a wealthy lumber king, tricks her into marrying him, then deserts her. Smiler trails Loring to his office, then is arrested for attempted murder and sent to prison. Mary has a child that, upon reaching a knowing age, asks about his father. Mary goes to Loring's home, seeking to be recognized as his wife. That same night, Loring is killed--but by a French Canadian whose girl Loring had wronged. Smiler, now out of prison, with his sweetheart cleared of Loring's murder, at long last has reason to ...

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Don "Smiler" Ward, a ranger, is about to marry Mary Alden when Eddie Loring, son of a wealthy lumber king, tricks her into marrying him, then deserts her. Smiler trails Loring to his office, then is arrested for attempted murder and sent to prison. Mary has a child that, upon reaching a knowing age, asks about his father. Mary goes to Loring's home, seeking to be recognized as his wife. That same night, Loring is killed--but by a French Canadian whose girl Loring had wronged. Smiler, now out of prison, with his sweetheart cleared of Loring's murder, at long last has reason to smile.

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Northwest


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Offscreen Credit
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AFI Life Achievement Award

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