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DATE
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Evening Independent (St. Petersburg, FL)
6 Nov 1926
p. 13
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
PRODUCER
WRITER
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
FILM EDITOR
Ed supv
SOURCES
LITERARY
Based on the short story "New York West" by Wallace Smith in Blue Book Magazine (Aug 1926).
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DETAILS
Release Date:
18 October 1926
Production Date:

Copyright Info
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Date
Copyright Number
Metropolitan Pictures Corp. of California
5 October 1926
LP23185
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,186
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Bruce Elwood, a Wyoming rancher and confessed woman-hater, converts a part of his ranch into a golf course, greatly to the discomfort of Mrs. Snodgrass, who declares it to be highly improper. Elwood hires from New York a golf instructor named Freddy Hayden, who proves to be a sportswoman, though she is at first mistaken for a boy. Freddy creates a sensation by appearing in a fashionable gown at a banquet, and Mortimer, keeper of a haberdashery, defends her against Elwood's objections; she creates a stampede of Elwood's herd, and takes advantage of the excitement to invite a dozen women to the club's first ladies' night. Meanwhile, Blodgett, a rustler, plans to kidnap Freddy and rustle the cattle; Elwood, jealous of Mortimer, tries to kiss Freddy, who punches him in the jaw. Elwood disguises himself as Blodgett, but Freddy saves his life in a battle with the real gang, and they are ...

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Bruce Elwood, a Wyoming rancher and confessed woman-hater, converts a part of his ranch into a golf course, greatly to the discomfort of Mrs. Snodgrass, who declares it to be highly improper. Elwood hires from New York a golf instructor named Freddy Hayden, who proves to be a sportswoman, though she is at first mistaken for a boy. Freddy creates a sensation by appearing in a fashionable gown at a banquet, and Mortimer, keeper of a haberdashery, defends her against Elwood's objections; she creates a stampede of Elwood's herd, and takes advantage of the excitement to invite a dozen women to the club's first ladies' night. Meanwhile, Blodgett, a rustler, plans to kidnap Freddy and rustle the cattle; Elwood, jealous of Mortimer, tries to kiss Freddy, who punches him in the jaw. Elwood disguises himself as Blodgett, but Freddy saves his life in a battle with the real gang, and they are united.

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