The Riding Renegade (1928)

Western | 19 February 1928

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HISTORY

According to a studio time-table in the 6 Oct 1927 Hollywood Vagabond, the film, under the working title The Renegade, had recently completed ... More Less

According to a studio time-table in the 6 Oct 1927 Hollywood Vagabond, the film, under the working title The Renegade, had recently completed shooting. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Hollywood Vagabond
6 Oct 1927
p. 7.
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
The Renegade
Release Date:
19 February 1928
Copyright Claimant:
F.B.O. Productions, Inc.
Copyright Date:
4 February 1928
Copyright Number:
LP24948
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,729
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Bob Taylor, son of a sheriff, becomes a wanderer and is adopted by an Indian tribe when he saves the life of Little Wolf, son of Chief White Cloud. He and Little Wolf prevent Pete Hobart and Ed Stacey from robbing the stagecoach, by riding away with the strongbox and passenger Janet Reynolds; Bob's father, however, arrests him for robbery, and Pete Hobart escapes with the box after wounding Little Wolf. Eventually Sheriff Taylor perceives that his son has behaved properly, and he forgives him before pursuing Stacey and Hobart. The two bandits overpower Sheriff Taylor, but Bob and the Indians rescue ... +


Bob Taylor, son of a sheriff, becomes a wanderer and is adopted by an Indian tribe when he saves the life of Little Wolf, son of Chief White Cloud. He and Little Wolf prevent Pete Hobart and Ed Stacey from robbing the stagecoach, by riding away with the strongbox and passenger Janet Reynolds; Bob's father, however, arrests him for robbery, and Pete Hobart escapes with the box after wounding Little Wolf. Eventually Sheriff Taylor perceives that his son has behaved properly, and he forgives him before pursuing Stacey and Hobart. The two bandits overpower Sheriff Taylor, but Bob and the Indians rescue him. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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