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Frank Clark

  • Dec 22, 1857 - Apr 10, 1945 (age 87)
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1945
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Frank Clark

Frank Clark passed away.
1935
The Phantom Cowboy
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MovieApr 1, 1935

The Phantom Cowboy

Bill Collins meets up with his look-alike the Phantom and is …
Bill Collins meets up with his look-alike the Phantom and is soon involved in his fight with Buck Houston. Houston has a big robbery planned but the Phantom beats him to it. Bill fights off Houston's men only to find the Phantom shot and dying and unaware that Houston is about to finish him off also.
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1934
Western Racketeers
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MovieApr 2, 1934

Western Racketeers

Cattlemen use Alamo Pass in order to get their cattle to market. …
Cattlemen use Alamo Pass in order to get their cattle to market. A gang has taken it over and charges a toll to go through it. When one rancher doesn't have enough money to pay the toll, he winds up dead. A local rancher, Bill Bowers, investigates the killing, but his neighbor and rival Molly Spellman decides to take her cattle around the pass instead of through it to avoid the toll. The gangsters kidnap her, and Bill gathers the other ranchers in the area for a final showdown with the gang.
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The Border Menace
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MovieApr 1, 1934

The Border Menace

Ranger Bill Williams goes to prison to get information on Chuck …
Ranger Bill Williams goes to prison to get information on Chuck Adams. Then a fake posse chase gets him invited into Adams' gang. But just as he learns who Adams' boss is and is about to ...
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1930
Roaring Ranch
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MovieApr 27, 1930

Roaring Ranch

Geoligist Kane is after Jim Dailey's ranch for the oil he knows is …
Geoligist Kane is after Jim Dailey's ranch for the oil he knows is there. When Jim refuses the offer of Kane and his phony Count Reginald, they burn down Jim's buildings. Jim finds two men nearby, both with halves of $100 dollar bills and guesses where he can find the missing halves.
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1929
Outlawed
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MovieJan 21, 1929

Outlawed

Outlawed is a 1929 American western film directed by …
Outlawed is a 1929 American western film directed by Eugene Forde and starring Tom Mix, Sally Blane and Frank Clark.
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1928
A Final Reckoning
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MovieApr 15, 1928

A Final Reckoning

A brother and sister search Australia for a gold mine that …
A brother and sister search Australia for a gold mine that their father had discovered before his death.
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1925
Wolf Blood
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MovieJul 16, 1925

Wolf Blood

After wolf blood transfusion, man thinks he's becoming a wolf.
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1923
The Lone Star Ranger
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MovieSep 9, 1923

The Lone Star Ranger

An outlaw named Duane ( Tom Mix ), captured by the Texas …
An outlaw named Duane ( Tom Mix ), captured by the Texas Rangers, is promised a pardon if he rounds up a gang of cattle thieves. The man he suspects as the leader is revealed to be the father of Duane's sweetheart, Helen ( Billie Dove ). Duane captures the gang, gets a pardon for Helen's father, and marries Helen.
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1920
The Rookie's Return
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MovieDec 26, 1920

The Rookie's Return

A young soldier is discharged from the service and has trouble …
A young soldier is discharged from the service and has trouble making a living. However, when he inherits a great deal of money, he finds his troubles only beginning.
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The Jungle Princess
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MovieNov 21, 1920

The Jungle Princess

Feature version of The Lost City (1920), a fifteen episode serial.
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The Untamed
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MovieAug 29, 1920

The Untamed

The Untamed is a 1920 American silent western film directed …
The Untamed is a 1920 American silent western film directed by Emmett J. Flynn and starring Tom Mix, Pauline Starke, and George Siegmann. It was based on a novel of the same name by Max Brand and was remade as a sound film Fair Warning in 1931.
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The Lost City
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MovieJan 1, 1920

The Lost City

The Lost City released.
1919
The Tiger Lily
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MovieJul 27, 1919

The Tiger Lily

The Tiger Lily is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by …
The Tiger Lily is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by George L. Cox and starring Margarita Fischer and Emory Johnson.
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The Wilderness Trail
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MovieJul 6, 1919

The Wilderness Trail

The Wilderness Trail is 1919 American silent Western film …
The Wilderness Trail is 1919 American silent Western film directed by Edward J. Le Saint and starring Tom Mix and Colleen Moore. It was one of the first of two films that featured Mix and Moore. The Wilderness Trail is based on the 1913 Western novel of the same name by Francis William Sullivan and was adapted for the screen by Charles Kenyon.
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Fighting for Gold
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MovieMar 30, 1919

Fighting for Gold

Jack Kilmeny, the heir to a British dukedom, owns a gold mine …
Jack Kilmeny, the heir to a British dukedom, owns a gold mine in the American west with his partner Curly Brandon, another English nobleman. Lord Farquar, the owner of a powerful British mining company, sends agents to steal their mine, but Jack fights them off. He soon meets and falls in love with Farquar's daughter Moya after saving her from a runaway wagon. Meanwhile, Curly hooks up with a disreputable dance-hall girl and Jack winds up being accused of a robbery that Curly committed to please his girlfriend. Escaping capture by the sheriff, Jack must prove his innocence of the robbery charge and stop Moya's wealthy suitor, Bobyan Verinder, from stealing his mine.
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1918
The Light of Western Stars
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MovieNov 1, 1918

The Light of Western Stars

A friend of Dick Bailey is …
A friend of Dick Bailey is killed by a mysterious assailant, whom Dick suspects to be Stack, who is in league with the crooked sheriff. Out on a spree Dick swears he will marry the first woman he sees, who happens to be Ruth Hammond, sister of his dead friend, arriving to take charge of the Hammond ranch. Revolted by his rough proposal,she fires him as the Hammond foreman and she proceeds to the ranch. Stack informs her he has purchased the ranch for the payment of the back-due taxes, and she relents and rehires Dick and his friends to aid her in her fight against Stack.
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The Yellow Dog
MovieOct 13, 1918

The Yellow Dog

The Yellow Dog is a 1918 American silent drama film …
The Yellow Dog is a 1918 American silent drama film directed by Colin Campbell and starring Arthur Hoyt, Antrim Short and Clara Horton.
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Western Blood
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MovieApr 14, 1918

Western Blood

Tex Taylor has met the heroine on one of his visits to Los …
Tex Taylor has met the heroine on one of his visits to Los Angeles. He is owner of one of the biggest ranches in Texas and she is a daughter of a Colonel buying horses for the Government. He is invited to a dance by the Colonel and comes in his old clothes, as he is traveling light, yet has given his promise to appear. The foil to the hero is another horse buyer, agent for the Allies, who loves the girl. The bandit messenger mistakes him for Tex and entices him out of the ranch while the punchers are doing the honors to the Colonel and his daughter. The girl follows this man out and is captured by the Mexicans, for Phul. This gives Tex a chance to ride over the Rio Grande to rescue her by his own right arm and skill. The cowboys, after being fooled for a minute, beat off the raiders and then the girl and the hero come riding back on the same noble steed.
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1917
The Lad and the Lion
MovieMay 14, 1917

The Lad and the Lion

The Lad and the Lion released.
Beware of Strangers
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MovieFeb 10, 1917

Beware of Strangers

Beware of Strangers is a 1917 American silent drama film …
Beware of Strangers is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Colin Campbell and starring Fritzi Brunette, Tom Santschi and Bessie Eyton.
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The Price of Silence
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MovieJan 8, 1917

The Price of Silence

U. S. Senator Frank Deering has spent his life trying to …
U. S. Senator Frank Deering has spent his life trying to alleviate the misery of child labor. Judge Vernon, his closest friend, aids him in this struggle. Unexpected circumstances force Judge Vernon to borrow money from Henry McCarthy, one of the factory owners most responsible for the harsh and inhumane working conditions. Judge Vernon is unable to pay off the loan, and is reduced to accepting a bride from McCarthy. Later, the Judge is stricken with a heart-condition but, on his dying bed, he confesses the shameful act he committed to Deering. To keep his friend's name unsullied, Deering makes a deal with McCarthy and votes against the child-labor-act he sponsored. His colleagues and the world, unaware of his sacrifice, mock and jeer him.
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1916
The Garden of Allah
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MovieDec 25, 1916

The Garden of Allah

The Garden of Allah is a 1916 American silent drama film …
The Garden of Allah is a 1916 American silent drama film directed by Colin Campbell and starring Helen Ware, Tom Santschi and Eugenie Besserer. It is based on the 1904 novel of the same title by Robert Smythe Hichens, adapted a number of times including a 1937 sound film starring Marlene Dietrich. Location shooting took place in the Mojave Desert.
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Twisted Trails
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MovieDec 11, 1916

Twisted Trails

Luke Fisher, a rascally sheriff, and Brad Foster, his deputy, are …
Luke Fisher, a rascally sheriff, and Brad Foster, his deputy, are in reality cattle rustlers. To protect themselves, they endeavor to fasten the guilt on Tom Snow, foreman of the Three "A" ranch. When they come to arrest Tom, he drives them off at the muzzle of a gun and makes his escape. After a daring ride horse and rider dash across a narrow foot-log which bridges a chasm. Should the horse make a misstep, the rider would have been plunged to a horrible death on the rocks hundreds of feet below. West, proprietor of the Haven Delight saloon, has adopted a pretty girl, whom he calls Sunshine. Craig Keyes, a gambler at the Haven Delight saloon, resolves to marry the girl, but when she refuses him, he endeavors to overpower her. Finally, after a sensational struggle, she escapes into a driving storm. As Sunshine wanders in the rain, she encounters Tom Snow. He cares for her and thus it is that the two come to love each other. The sheriff and his deputy, fearful of detection, Ieave the country, and Tom is again free. Then it is that be marries Sunshine. After the wedding, by means of old tin-types, the two are led to believe that they are brother and sister. As they sit horror-stricken. Martha, the housekeeper, who has seen the tin-types, tells them that their belief is a wrong one. Martha tells them that twenty years ago while she was a nurse in a hospital, she changed the real infant brother and sister, and that Sunshine is in reality the sister of Craig Keyes and that she, Martha, is Tom's mother. In the meantime, Craig Keyes, the gambler, has followed Sunshine to her home, and outside he overhears Martha's story. Conscience-stricken, he resolves to renounce all relationships, and leave the country.
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The Valiants of Virginia
MovieJun 26, 1916

The Valiants of Virginia

During a dance, John Valiant …
During a dance, John Valiant challenges duel Edward Sassoon to defend the honor of Virginia beauty, Judith Fairfax, John promises Judith he won't take the life to his opponent, but when the smoke clears, Sassoon lies dead and John must flee North. Before he leaves, John entrusts Major Bristow to deliver an explanatory note to Judith, but, torn by his own desire for the Southern belle, Bristow pockets the letter instead. In the North, John founds a successful business and marries, but his young wife dies while giving birth to a son. Filled with hatred for John, Judith marries Tom Dandridge and has a daughter, Shirley. Many years later, John, Jr., now head of the Valiant Corporation, becomes engaged to Katherine Fargo. In order to save his company during a business panic, John must stake his entire fortune and, with his financial situation looking dim, loses Katherine's interest. In despair, John returns to his father's estate and falls in love with Shirley Dandridge. To rekindle her romance with John, Katherine tells Shirley of the family feud and Shirley suddenly cools toward John. On his deathbed, Barstow finally gives Judith John's letter in which John reveals that Edward had shot himself during the duel. John and Shirley are happily reconciled.
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The Cycle of Fate
MovieApr 3, 1916

The Cycle of Fate

The Cycle of Fate released.
The Ne'er Do Well
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MovieMar 20, 1916

The Ne'er Do Well

Former college football hero Kirk Anthony, to the …
Former college football hero Kirk Anthony, to the disappointment of his father, a railroad magnate, refuses to enter the business world. Kirk prefers to coach the university team and carouse, until he is drugged during a drunken victory party and put aboard a steamer bound for Panama by an embezzler who switches clothes with him. During the trip, Mrs. Edith Cortlandt, who has married her diplomat husband for convenience, falls in love with Kirk. In Panama, Kirk and Allan Allan, a Jamaican friend, are arrested when Kirk's efforts to use American firefighting methods cause a riot. After Mrs. Cortlandt's influence gets Kirk out of jail and into a job, he falls in love with Chiquita Garavel, the daughter of a Spanish grandee. When Mrs. Cortlandt warns Kirk not to marry Chiquita, her husband overhears. He insults Kirk in public, and Kirk vows revenge. After Cortlandt commits suicide, and Kirk, who has secretly married Chiquita, is arrested, Mrs. Cortlandt withholds Cortlandt's suicide note, but Kirk's father arrives and convinces her to help arrange Kirk's release.
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1915
Sweet Alyssum
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MovieNov 15, 1915

Sweet Alyssum

Roanoke Brooks family is torn apart when his boss, Robert …
Roanoke Brooks family is torn apart when his boss, Robert Garlan, begins pursuing his wife Daisy. When the sordid affairs ends in tragedy Roanoke moves to the country to raise his daughter....
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The Rosary
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MovieJun 28, 1915

The Rosary

Bruce Wilton has amassed a fortune which he lavishes on …
Bruce Wilton has amassed a fortune which he lavishes on his wife Vera. But a note of menace creeps into their happy home. No one hears it at first, except Father Kelly, a priest and Bruce's former tutor. The priest goes quietly to work with his sharpened mental sense to find the person who is causing the adverse influence in the house-hold. When he is on the verge of discovering the cause, calamity sweeps in on Bruce; his fortune is swept away and in a manner that he believe his wife was the cause of his ruin.Husband and wife are separated, divorced and their home is destroyed, and yet the cause remains unknown. But Father Kelly, with his faith that moves mountains, goes on quietly, serenely and confident with but one purpose in mind - the happiness of those he loves.
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The Carpet from Bagdad
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MovieMay 3, 1915

The Carpet from Bagdad

The Pasha's servant …
The Pasha's servant Mohamed, is entrusted to guard the Sacred Carpet of Bagdad with his life. In New York, after banker Arthur Wadsworth forces his brother Horace to give up his inheritance, Horace joins a band of crooks and plans to rob the Wadsworth Bank by tunneling from the adjacent home of antique dealer George P. A. Jones. The gang follows Jones to Egypt and Bagdad, where Horace steals the carpet and sells it to Jones. Fortune Chedsoye, the innocent daughter of a gang member, falls in love with Jones. When Fortune discovers that Mohamed plans to kill Jones to retrieve the rug, she hides it with her mother's belongings. Mohamed forces Jones, Wadsworth, and Fortune into the desert, but they escape his torture during a sandstorm. Wadsworth then rejoins the gang at Jones' home in New York. When Fortune and Jones catch the crooks tunneling, Jones, sympathetically, gives them a two hour head-start before informing the police. Fortune and Jones keep the carpet, while in the East, Mohamed bows in resignation to Allah's will.
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1914
When the West Was Young
MovieSep 7, 1914

When the West Was Young

Ned Halton and his young …
Ned Halton and his young bride, Nellie, depart from the east in a prairie schooner to seek a home in the western wilds. They traverse the plains until they arrive at a spot which seems to them suitable for the making of a permanent home. Ned builds a comfortable cabin, and in due time a baby enlivens the monotony of their existence. A neighboring tribe of Indians are most friendly to the young settler and his wife, and bring a host of barbaric gifts which to them represent the height of amity. Then one day comes the shock. The doctor is called from the nearest village many miles away, but he is too late. The gentle little spirit fades away until the spark of life goes out. Ned comforts his young wife as best he can, but the sorrow of a bereaved mother is not something to lightly pass away. Ned receives a summons to go to the settlement and complete the formalities in connection with his title to their home. In the absence of Ned, Nellie becomes disconsolate. She sits by the empty cradle and dreams of the little one gone beyond. In her spirit of desolation, she again visits the tiny grave where she has a vision of the Savior holding her little babe in his arms and comforting her with the assurance which rests in the kindly words: "Suffer little children to come unto me, for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven." Her faith in the spiritual life is reassured and her spirit of depression is dispelled in the belief that her baby is at rest and that she will see him in the next world. On his return from the settlement, Ned Halton becomes a participant in a frightful tragedy. An itinerant bootlegger has supplied a band of Indians with whiskey, which they drink with the usual consequence. A young immigrant and his wife and tiny baby are attacked by the Indians. Despite the heroic defense on the part of both the man and woman, they are killed, while the little baby lies quietly sleeping and unhurt beneath the overturned wagon. Ned Halton arrives in time to see the conclusion of the tragedy and to drive away the drunken redskins. He discovers the orphaned baby and carries it home. On the way, his horse, which has been wounded in the fight with the Indians, falls, and when Ned reaches his cabin door, he falls exhausted on the threshold. Nellie has been sitting by the empty cradle dreaming of the little one snatched from her arms by death. When she hears the stumbling footsteps of her husband, she springs to the door and finds him lying there almost unconscious from fatigue. She hastens to revive him, all eagerness and love and thoughtfulness for his comfort, and it is not until he has become refreshed that her attention is attracted to the tiny bundle, which he clasps tenderly in his arms. In all the struggles which he had undergone in his dazed condition, he had unconsciously kept the tiny baby from injury and harm. The joy of Nellie when she discovers what the bundle contains is unbounded, and she clasps the little one in her arms, and clutches it tenderly to her breast. To the two who stand there caressing the tiny baby, appears once more that vision of the gentle Savior, together with the spirit of the murdered mother.
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Shotgun Jones
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MovieApr 27, 1914

Shotgun Jones

Thomas Lattier is a well-to-do westerner in the cattle …
Thomas Lattier is a well-to-do westerner in the cattle business. One fine day he sells a herd of cattle, receiving for it cash payment in bills of large denomination. He proceeds to town alone to deposit it in his bank. Two bad men, Bretall and Hayes, have learned of the deal and trail him with a view to securing the money. When he makes his lone camp for the night, the two villains try to ambuscade him, but he discovers them and. as they open fire, he detaches his money-belt, places it in his boot and throws it away in the bushes. Then he makes for his pony and tries for a get-away. Finally they "get" Lattier; he falls out of his saddle dead. They come up, examine him, but fail to find the money-belt. About the time of the tragedy "Shotgun" Jones, a stranger to the country, leaves town and starts out with a pack animal to win his fortune. It comes to him in most unexpected fashion, as he finds the money-belt filled with money that had been abandoned by Lattier. The two prowling villains see Jones just as he picks up his treasure trove and start for him. A cowboy happily coming up, joins him and they put up such a good fight that the outlaws are glad to get away with whole skins. Jones having found a small fortune, discretely goes to Canada and buys a ranch. In the interim, Tom and Sally, the young son and daughter of the dead man, cannot meet a mortgage on their place and it is foreclosed, so they come to town to shift for themselves. Sally obtains a job as waitress in a restaurant, while Tom has been hired out for service in a livery stable. This town is just across the Canadian line not very distant from Jones' ranch. The same chance which takes many crooked men over the border has induced Hayes and Bretall to ride over the line and resume their nefarious occupation of "rustling" in the Queen's Dominion. One day ranchman Jones comes to town and in search of a square meal, happens into the restaurant where Sally is the reigning divinity. A careless cook scalds her and the big hearted Jones orders her taken to his ranch, where she can have the best of care. During the interval of her convalescence, "Shotgun" grows more and more interested in the fair patient and regard soon ripens into love. In the same neighborhood is the ranch of Daly, formerly the partner of Lattier. One day, while Jones and Sally are riding, his ancient enemies. Hayes and Bretall, spy him and start their usual shooting tactics. Sally escapes and goes to Daly's ranch for help, while Jones rides off beyond the horizon, pursued by the desperadoes. Eventually, his skill as a back-shot serves him so well, that he kills both of his pursuers. The cowpunchers, with Sally at their head, dash up as Jones is bending over Bretall's body. Certain papers have fallen out of the dead villain's pocket, which gives Jones the first clue as to the death of Lattier, and the ownership of the money-belt that he found. In a moment comes realization that he, himself, is the man who has profited by the loss of the orphaned children. Tom and Sally (the girl he had befriended). That night he has a tremendous struggle with his own conscience in the ranch house and finally concludes that the property all belongs to Sally and her brother, for it had all come to him through their father's lost money. He writes a note to her explaining the circumstances, puts a diamond cinch on his pack, and goes out in the early morning, again a mere roamer in the world. The note is discovered before "Shotgun" has gone very far, and Tom and the whole outfit immediately start to trail him. They come upon him. They insist upon his coming back, but he stubbornly will not yield up to their arguments. Sally rides up just in the nick of time, and her persuasions win him back to the ranch. There, as usual, love finds the way, and "Shotgun" Jones, who has used the money to such an advantage that its power had increased very materially, becomes a co-sharer with the two rightful heirs, who are glad to have him made the head of their family.
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The Spoilers
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MovieMar 25, 1914

The Spoilers

The first of many filmed adaptations of Rex Beach's adventure …
The first of many filmed adaptations of Rex Beach's adventure novel of the Alaskan gold-rush.
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The Tragedy of Ambition
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MovieMar 2, 1914

The Tragedy of Ambition

Madge O'Mara supported a …
Madge O'Mara supported a semi-invalid mother by working as a cashier in Portuguese Joe's chop-house. Reginald Van Dorn, returning from college, goes "slumming" with some fashionable associates, and happens into the chop-house where Madge O'Mara is the chief ornament. He is interested in sociology, and finds in this girl a most fascinating and charming study. He soon discovers her fine qualities, and becomes attracted to her by something more than platonic friendship, but as an honorable man, makes honorable advance. The repeated visits of this handsome youth incurs the hatred of Portuguese Joe. He and his confederates plot to do away with Reginald. In the meantime, he has affronted Madge, but her poverty compels her to keep in his service. This, the small-minded Portuguese believes is to be his ultimate triumph. One night he sends her out for change when he learns that Reginald is coming. Reginald arrives and is decoyed into an adjoining room, bound, gagged and prepared to have a long stay in the tide that seethes below the floor of the rickety old building. Madge returns before she is expected. The conspirators are throwing Reginald through the window into the river when she seizes a knife from one of the villains, and clenching it between her teeth, jumps into the water after the helpless victim. She swims to the bound man, cuts the ropes that bind him, and supports him ashore. She then makes her way with him to her own modest home nearby. There she and her mother nurse him back to life. She telephones his palatial home on Riverside Drive, telling his parents where their son is. They come early nest morning in their limousine, together with Corine Rower, Reginald's fiancée. This brings about a crashing contrast between Madge in her plain raiment and her lowly surroundings, and the fashionable woman of money and her intolerant social parasite Corine. Instead of thanking the young girl for the great work in saving their son's life, the pompous old father threatens to disinherit him unless he turns his back upon the chop-house cashier, forever, while the mother is lofty beyond compare, and the priggish young woman snippy to a degree. They leave poor little Madge with her delicate mother in a condition of mind that is pitiful. She, however, believes that Reginald has true manhood and will return; instead, however, comes a letter, enclosing a check from his father, for her kindness in saving his life. Tearing the check and her wedding garments simultaneously into bits, she vows to kill the man if she ever again comes face to face with him, no matter when or where. Three years pass quickly. Madge has seemingly forgotten her troubles, and becomes skilled as a trained nurse. In the interim, Reginald has married and been desperately unhappy, so that when he meets with a terrible accident, he feels that death would be truly welcome. He is carried to his own home unconscious, and the doctor, after applying first aids to the injured, telephones for a nurse. Singularly enough, Madge O'Mara is sent in response to the hurried call. At first, owing to the bandages, she does not recognize the patient. Then all at once it dawns upon her. The bitterness of the passing years come up to her heart. Then as he tosses in delirium she hears her own name, hears the story again of his great love, of his disappointment, and the darkness of his own life. Instead of administering the death drop, she swiftly and tenderly soothes the suffering one who has been in reality hers, at least now is for the rest of the night. Only the dawn ends for her that perfect possession which is the ultimate happiness of the woman who loves. This can be met when it comes. Tonight is tonight, and it is in her hands to give him surcease from pain, ease to the man she loves. Even the great social rift that swallowed up their love has been bridged as she kneels in happiness by his side, and he holds her calm, strong hand in perfect peace.
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1913
A Dip in the Briney
MovieDec 24, 1913

A Dip in the Briney

Commodore Nutt and Captain Swivel take a jolly party of …
Commodore Nutt and Captain Swivel take a jolly party of young folks in a cruise on their yacht. Their boys, Lem Nutt and Chat Swivel, are incorrigible mischiefs, and the love-making begins with the girls before the anchor is dropped in a friendly harbor where the bathing is good. The spooning among the youngsters is so noisy and so continuous, that the Commodore and the Captain are scandalized and give strict and emphatic orders to "cut it out." Thereupon the young folks plan a royal revenge. The two ancients prefer the solitude of their private bathing beach and repair to a lonely cove, where they swim daily, unimpeded by striped bathing suits. The girls steal their clothes one morning in a very ladylike manner and present them to the boys. When the elderly gentlemen come back to where they have cached their clothing, they find only their caps and their oxfords. They are forced to drape themselves with seaweed and make a dash through the village in order to reach the yacht. They are chased by the Grassville Sheriff, but finally swim out to their yacht. Immediately they lay hands on the rails, they are pushed off, and they are not allowed to board until they promise not to interfere with the prerogatives of the young people, in having the best possible time under the circumstances.
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Wamba, a Child of the Jungle
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MovieMay 26, 1913

Wamba, a Child of the Jungle

Wamba, a half-breed …
Wamba, a half-breed woman, and her Portuguese husband, Pete, live near a jungle in British East Africa. One day Wamba's child falls sick and she asks her inebriated husband to get Dr. Rice, the surgeon at the British Trading Post, some miles distant. Pete turns a deaf ear to his wife's pleadings and finally when he is in a drunken stupor the sympathetic mother love of Wamba asserts itself and she deserts him. She reaches the doctor's home where she is kindly received, and after hearing of the brutality inflicted upon her by her husband. Dr. and Mrs. Rice decide to protect her by retaining her in their household. The doctor is unable to save Wamba's child and it passes away. Pete, in the meantime, discovers that his wife and child have disappeared and tracks them through the jungle to the doctor's home. He attempts to drag Wamba away, but the doctor intercedes, thus incurring the everlasting enmity of the treacherous drunkard. Pete leaves the house, vowing vengeance, but lingers in its vicinity and one day when Dr. and Mrs. Rice visit a neighboring settlement he crawls behind the unsuspecting Wamba, hits her on the head, knocking her unconscious, and abducts the doctor's child, Lillian. But the little girl manages to escape through the jungles, followed closely by Pete. After escaping many tortuous deaths by the ferocious lions, she arrives at the edge of a high precipice. She turns and sees Pete close behind with a lion following him. The next moment she throws herself over the precipice into the waters below and swims to the other shore. Pete follows, but instead of swimming to the other side, hides himself under an overhanging rock. Meanwhile Wamba has regained consciousness and takes the trail of the missing Lillian, whom she finds about to take refuge in a hollow log from the carnivorous lions. Wamba seizes her rifle and begins shooting and soon the little girl is clutched to, the bosom of the mulatto woman. The Rices return, and discovering that their daughter and Wamba are missing, form a posse and start in pursuit, Lillian and Wamba are found and the posse then takes the trail to Pete's shack, where they find all that remains of him after a conflict with the lions.
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A Prisoner of Cabanas
MovieMar 31, 1913

A Prisoner of Cabanas

Tom Harding, a young …
Tom Harding, a young American engineer in Cuba, filled with sympathy for the oppressed, enlists a company of rebels in a good cause. He is in love with Theresa, the daughter of a wealthy planter. The story opens as a troop of Cuban cavalry stop at the Arita plantation, and Captain Lopez attempts to snatch tribute from the lovely life of Theresa. Tom Harding happens along and sends the soldier down for the "count." The latter is discomforted but withdraws filling the air with threats. The Cubans rise against Spain and Signor Arita and his daughter leave their plantation for refuge in Havana. In the interim the revolution is progressing and spirited battle scenes are frequent. When Senor Arita and his daughter are on the road to Havana, their coach is halted by Captain Lopez and his squad of Cuban cavalry. With his usual impertinence he is about to implant himself in the coach; the girl's father resents this and stands him off with a repeating rifle. Harding and his men, observing the coach surrounded, ride in and drive the impertinent Spanish sympathizers off, and allow the coach and its passengers to escape. Then they are overpowered by a superior number and Harding is incarcerated in Cabanas. Lopez prevails upon the commander to execute Harding; but the daring and cunning of Theresa outwits him, and when the cruel war is over they come back to Cuba and find peace and happiness.
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1912
Saved by Fire
MovieNov 11, 1912

Saved by Fire

A startling story of a clean strong young man who struggles to …
A startling story of a clean strong young man who struggles to herd and operate a heavily encumbered piece of oil land, in spite of the 'pressure' brought to bear by a great corporation, and, the manipulations of an unscrupulous 'loan shark' who is in love with the oil man's fiancée. Curiously enough through the miscarriage of his enemies' tricked scheme, the good young man is saved through the burning of his oil tanks, by which they hoped to ruin him.
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The Lake of Dreams
MovieJul 1, 1912

The Lake of Dreams

A little boy and girl, Manfred and Eloise, whose rich parents …
A little boy and girl, Manfred and Eloise, whose rich parents lived on adjoining estates, became companions and grew up side by side, innocent and ambitious. Their favorite trysting place ...
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Pansy
MovieJun 25, 1912

Pansy

To attract custom to his mountain resort, old man Heber buys a …
To attract custom to his mountain resort, old man Heber buys a tame bear, Pansy, whose tracks in the woods enable him to advertise "Bear Hunting at Heber's." Among the resultant guests is Simon B. Hanamaker, a politician, who is worried over the coming election. He surprises Helen, Heber's daughter, petting the bear. He plans a hoax that he thinks will elect him, buys the bear, puts it in a cave and hires a moving picture man to photograph him in the act of killing the "savage" animal. Helen plans to save Pansy, and gets some mountaineers to place a wild bear in the cave. As Hanamaker appears to do battle, the bear rushes out and stampedes the whole outfit. The camera man stays long enough to get a good picture of Hanamaker in full flight, and, disgusted with him, he refuses his money and sells the film to the opposition. They use it at a Hanamaker meeting and the outcome is most ludicrous.
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The Captain of the 'Nancy Lee'
MovieJun 18, 1912

The Captain of the 'Nancy Lee'

Captain William Johnson …
Captain William Johnson buys the "Nancy Lee," and, as new owner of it, is given a letter to its head officer. Captain Brown, but loses same on his way to the boat. "Weary Willie" Johnson, a tramp, is thrown out of a saloon at about the same time. Captain Johnson loses his letter. Officer Burns finds the letter and by mistake restores it to the wrong Johnson. Captain Johnson, having lost the letter, decides to ship as a common sailor on his own boat! He changes his clothes, writes an explanatory note to his wife and daughter and leaves for the boat where he secures employment. In the meantime the tramp has read the other Johnson's letter and has stowed away in a large bread basket on board. Captain Johnson's wife and daughter have read the note and decide to go aboard the captain's new boat. The tramp is found in the bread basket by the Chinese cook, and is turned over to Captain Brown. Brown, upon finding the letter of authority which states Johnson is the new owner, immediately starts in to wine and dine poor, bewildered Weary. Finally everything is righted and Captain Johnson, the real owner, is identified and given charge.
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A Child of the Wilderness
MovieMay 28, 1912

A Child of the Wilderness

Booze Marcy, a drunken, …
Booze Marcy, a drunken, brutal prospector, failing to find gold in the Arizona desert, decides to turn north and head for Nevada, the so-called land of gold. His frail but patient wife and baby boy are packed into the prairie schooner and the journey is started. Booze's brutality becomes worse as the days pass, and soon his wife dies, leaving little Joe to the mercy of his drunken father. After a crude burial they resume the journey northward. They come upon a party of renegade Indians, and Booze decides to leave the boy with them. He effects a trade and little Joe becomes the property of the tribe, while Booze goes on in his search for gold. Tonoma, an old squaw, takes a fancy to the child and befriends him. Two years pass by. Little Joe is generally disliked by the tribe and is forced to endure many hardships. Finally he runs away. Wandering to the river bottom, he is found by Larry Tompkins, a big-hearted miner. Tompkins hears the boy's story and buys him from the tribe. Seeing old Tonoma's affection for the child, he makes another trade for the squaw, and the three start on the long trail northward to Larry's mine. Time passes on, Larry feels happy in his responsibility, and his hitherto rough shack takes on the air of a well-cared-for home. By coincidence Booze Marcy calls at the shack one day in an effort to secure Larry's mine. Larry refuses to sell his valuable possession. Marcy notices the boy and squaw and recognizes his son, little Joe. Failing to secure the mine, Marcy secures an order from the court, which gives him possession of his child. This action almost breaks poor Larry's heart, for he has grown to love the boy. Booze again starts in his brutal abuse toward the child. Big-hearted Larry cannot stand for this and rather than leave the child to the mercy of his degenerate father, he gives Booze a quit-claim deed to his mine and takes little Joe forever unto himself.
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Me an' Bill
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MovieApr 4, 1912

Me an' Bill

The story starts with Sam and Bill as youngsters back in the …
The story starts with Sam and Bill as youngsters back in the quaint days of the Forties. They are inseparable companions, and from the school days down to extreme old age their life journey together is shown. Each loves and afterwards marries a lass in the home town, and the two couple settle down as neighbors. Bill becomes the father of a girl, Sam the father of a boy. The life story of these two is then taken up and carried along with those of the old men. The children grow up to be the comforts of their fathers' lives, especially after the good mothers are called by death. Kitty and Bill, Jr. plight their troth, but before the marriage is consummated the Civil War breaks out and Bill, Jr. marches away to the front. There he is killed in the explosion of an ammunition wagon. The news of the boy's death almost prostrates poor old Sam, who finds consolation only in his old friend Bill. Kitty, agonized by the knowledge of her lover's death, is last seen sitting in the old rowboat at the edge of the water, where so often she and Bill, Jr. sat, and their fathers before them. As Sam and Bill walk beside the shore that afternoon. Bill comforting Sam for the loss of his boy, the body of Kitty drifts to their feet. Then it is Bill who finds himself face to face with awful grief, and the two bereft old friends turn to each other with one impulse in their hour of mutual gloom.
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The Danites
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MovieFeb 19, 1912

The Danites

Part One: The Williams family are en route west, when they are …
Part One: The Williams family are en route west, when they are overtaken by the Danites and all are killed but Nancy Williams and her little brother, Georgie. They eventually are picked up by another emigrant train and allowed to go on with them. The Danites return to their chief, where they report all but two are killed and receive orders to pick up their trail and never leave it until they, too, are killed. They proceed on their quest and incidentally join the emigrant train of which Nancy and Georgie are members. Stopping for the night, the "Danites," Hickman and Carter, recognize little Georgie, and seeing their chance, kill him and ride away. Nancy gets her gun and starts after them. Nancy, being unable to find the murderers, returns to the camp and finds it deserted, except for the grave of little Georgie. From the top of a hill she sees a hunter's cabin, and an idea comes to her and she makes her way to it. Entering, she cuts her hair and takes a suit of the hunter's son's clothes and, changing, is always known as Billy Piper. Part Two: Billy Piper, a new arrival, inquires of Parson, the town drunkard, where he can lodge, and has just received his answer when Limber Tim arrives with news of the arrival of a new teacher. All the men prepare a welcome for "him" when they are taken off their feet by the entrance of a young woman, who is subsequently dubbed the "widow." Billy Piper is overjoyed at seeing one of her own kind, and these two become good friends. The men, too, have fallen victims and despite their sudden revolution as to looks and presents, maintains a laughing mien, and still favors Billy. Hickman and Carter, men of the Danite clan, suspect Billy Piper of being the woman they are seeking and follow her as she leaves to visit the "widow." The Danites arrive at the cottage and look in the window where the "widow" and Billy are talking. Billy sees them and faints. He is resuscitated by the "widow "" who discovers his sex, but promises to keep his secret. A year elapses. Sandy and the "widow," married, are receiving congratulations from their friends upon the arrival of an heir. The Danites, however, still sure that Billy is Nancy Williams, resolve to be convinced, and as Billy spends nearly all his time at the widow's, write a note to her husband, Sandy, warning him to "keep an eye on Billy." On one of his visits the widow pleads with Billy to reveal his identity, but he refuses, and Sandy, coming in at that moment, accuses the widow of duplicity and orders Billy to leave the house. In the meantime, the Danites start off for Billy's home, only to find it empty. They go on to the widow's, where Billy is and Sandy enters. Billy pleads with him to save him, vowing his innocence, and Sandy agrees to. The men, bent on vengeance, crowd in and are met by Sandy's revolver. He orders them to stand aside for Billy to pass. Billy starts away, but sees the Danites, who have pushed forward. A heart attack seizes her and she falls dead in Sandy's arms. Then it is that her identity is revealed, that Nancy Williams drops the name forever of Billy Piper. The Danites, with a triumphant look at each other, quietly leave, their mission entirely fulfilled.
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The Cowboy's Adopted Child
MovieJan 2, 1912

The Cowboy's Adopted Child

George Fowler, after a …
George Fowler, after a severe illness, dies, leaving his wife, Sarah, and baby. Sometime after, things have gone from bad to worse with Sarah, and finding herself unable to support her baby, consigns it, in a note which she writes, to the one who finds it, and places it in a saddle outside a mess house for cowboys. Jack Norton, returning from the range late, hears the baby's cry, and forthwith takes it home with him, to the horror and consternation of his cowboy friends. They spend a sleepless night and spend the following day buying toys and presents for their collective "protégé." Jack, however, soon realizes he must have a "mother" for his baby and immediately starts to the village to inquire where he can procure one. In the meantime, Sarah has applied for and obtained a position as school teacher, and she arrives in the village just as Jack does. With them, it is a case of love at first sight and when Jack has had an introduction, he tells her of his "child" and asks for her help. She agrees to go with him and upon arriving, of course, recognizes her baby, and tells Jack her story. The cowboys are inclined to be credulous, but Jack believes her and several months later she is installed permanently as wife, as well as "mother."
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1911
Blackbeard
MovieNov 23, 1911

Blackbeard

The town of Martinique is attacked, sacked, and Governor …
The town of Martinique is attacked, sacked, and Governor Gonzales and his soldiers are captured by the nefarious Blackbeard and his pirate band. The Governor, his wife and her friends are all taken to the pirate ship. The Governor is made to walk the plank before his horrified wife, but his rescue comes unexpectedly at the hands of Conchita, his wife's maid, who grasps a knife from a pirate, dives overboard, cuts the Governor's bonds, and both swim away. They succeed in reaching land, where some kind fishermen recognize the Governor and take him and his companion to their cottage. But on board the ship the prisoners are hustled into the boat, tied to the rings, and Blackbeard prepares to suffocate them with sulfur. The fishermen have sighted an English man-o'-war, and they hasten to the Governor who boards the vessel, and after explaining his predicament, the commander of the vessel orders the deck cleared for battle. But the pirate vessel has likewise sighted the British man-o'-war, and prepares for action. Blackbeard orders the sulfur to be lighted, and then leaves to superintend preparations on deck. A shot pierces the side of the vessel, allowing the welcome air in to somewhat revive the prisoners. Right is might, and the pirate is boarded by the English sailors and the pirates put to rout. Blackbeard and his ringleaders are hung at the yardarms of his own vessel.
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The Blacksmith's Love
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MovieAug 17, 1911

The Blacksmith's Love

The Civil War has begun, …
The Civil War has begun, and Mace Brewer goes to the front, leaving his young wife alone. His friend, Joe Saunders, also has to leave his aged mother and answer the call of duty to his country. The misfortunes of war claim Mace, and at night as Joe, sorely wounded, limps off the battlefield, he leaves Mace for dead. Soldiers burying the dead, discover life in Mace and he is hurried to the hospital, where the surgeons succeed in reviving him. Thinking Mace dead, Joe writes to his mother of this tragedy, and she sadly shows the letter to the wife. Joe returns. Mace's widow calls for the details of his death. After recovering from the operation it is found that Mace's mind is affected, and he is taken to an asylum for treatment. A year passes and we see Joe a sturdy blacksmith, being visited in his shop by his mother and the widow with whom he is plainly in love, but he lacks the courage to tell her so. Finally one Sunday on the way home from church, he manages to slip a note into her hand. He has asked her to place a lamp in the window that night if his answer is to be "yes." Fearfully Joe watches for that light and is overjoyed when it appears. Mary accepts him. At the close of another year, Joe and Mary are supremely happy in the possession of a baby. These two years have completely restored Mace to health and reason and he is discharged from the asylum. So he goes back to his home. Mace seeks his friend Joe. The horror of recognition almost makes a madman of Joe, and when Mary comes in and sees this man as if from the dead, the shock is so great she falls insensible upon the floor. Poor Mary must decide between them. She loves Joe twofold, for himself and also because he is the father of her child. But old fashioned ideas of honor compel her to sorrowfully place her baby in the arms of the father, and to go with her lawful husband.
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It Happened in the West
MovieJul 11, 1911

It Happened in the West

Gordon Deveran drifts to …
Gordon Deveran drifts to Arizona, where he married a young Indian woman. The years rolled by and his elder brother died. Among his papers were found proofs that cleared Gordon's name, and his mother sent a solicitor out to bring him home. At first Gordon refused, but the solicitor, working on the poor Indian woman's better nature, succeeded in prevailing upon her to give him up for his own and the boy's sake. But in agony of love, she fastened one little moccasin of her boy's in his breast and kept the other. Gordon found the other (the one she had fastened in little Jack's shirt) when well on his way, and it made him suspect the truth, but it was too late; the prodigal returned to his mother's arms and forgiveness. Years passed and young Jack was given his twenty-first birthday party. Sir Gordon felt that the time had come at last to tell the boy of his origin, that he could no longer withhold the truth; and sadly he told him all, giving him the little moccasin. Poor Jack was stunned by the blow. What effect would it have upon his sweetheart? But first he made his father tell him all, and reproached him bitterly for his neglect of his mother. Even as they talked, the squaw wife, now wrinkled, haggard and old, lay dying at the old house in Arizona, holding the tiny moccasin to her lips; a strange and sad contrast to the luxurious surroundings of her husband and boy. That night as they walked in the garden after the dance, Jack told his sweetheart of his origin and she was shocked in spite of herself. The poor fellow saw the truth, that she could not sully her lineage, and that they must part. In anguish of mind he determined to go out to American and find his mother. Despite his father's entreaties, he went away. Arrives at the old ranch, he found a friend in an old Indian who took him to his mother's grave, and there among others of her tribe he found the call of his blood urging him to new sympathies and a new peace. He learned from a maiden how his mother had loved him and had died with his little moccasin at her lips; and now it was Sir Gordon's turn to feel the heart-hungriness that his poor Indian wife had known for so many weary years.
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The Novice
MovieJun 15, 1911

The Novice

In the story of the Novice, a young Spanish Duke is shown as a …
In the story of the Novice, a young Spanish Duke is shown as a boy of religious and ascetic nature, overwhelmed by the cares and weighty duties of state. His uncle, a scheming and crafty politician, who rules through him, using the sweet-natured boy as his tool, proves so overbearing and so overloads him with care, that he resolves to leave all his worldly pomp and take refuge in the arms of the Mother Church. He flies to the Franciscan Fathers, who put him upon probation for the usual period, and at his insistent desire make him a novice. He lives quietly and at peace at last. But his uncle, realizing that his power is lost unless the young duke returns, tries to discredit him with the monks by having him forcibly abducted and detained in a cave on the seashore by a couple of bravados, who are his trusty henchmen. Ferdinand, by sawing loose his hands upon the sharp rocks of his cave prison, escapes, however, and returns, exhausted, to the monastery after a three-day's absence. Angelico, the Father Superior, finds his story hard to believe, and puts him again upon strict probation and retreat, having him carefully watched. The uncle, finding his first attempt baffled, seeks help from a woman, who is to discredit him at any risk. This she tries to do by pretending illness as Ferdinand, watched by an old monk, walks in the moon-lit garden beneath the walls. The young novice tries to help her, but she throws her arms around his neck, and upon the appearance of the shocked and horrified monk, swears that he has wronged her and demands to be taken before the Father Superior, who hears her story. He asks Ferdinand if it be true. The boy is so dazed that he can hardly answer, but there is the ring of truth in his denial, and the father makes her swear upon the shrine in his cell. This she tries to do, but the old monk sees her falter, and forces a confession from her, whereat he takes the boy in his arms, and she lies broken and weeping at the foot of the cross.
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The Still Alarm
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MovieMay 18, 1911

The Still Alarm

John Bird and Franklyn Fordham were business partners in …
John Bird and Franklyn Fordham were business partners in years gone by. The firm being on the verge of bankruptcy, sought in every way to retrieve its lost prestige. Fordham, a man of honor in all his dealings, and afterward a fond and devoted father, is made the innocent offender and accused of a crime through the unscrupulous plotting of Bird. The result was the great Johnston Mystery that had baffled the police for years. Bird leaves the city after securing the valuables left deposited in the firm's safe before Johnson's death. While Fordham became prosperous, his former partner became a renegade and fell lower and lower as the years rolled on. Elinor, the cherished daughter of Fordham, was blooming into womanhood and had found her love reciprocated when Jock Manley, the blacksmith's son, came into her life. He was made a trusted employee of her father's and became a favorite for his honor and integrity. Then dark days came upon them. Bird returned and threatened his former partner, and asked as a price for his silence the hand of Elinor. To shield the family name and save them from disgrace he is forced to discharge Jock from his employ and renounce him as his future son-in-law. After a few months of disappointment and search for work, Jock is again back with his old fire department associates. In order that he may accomplish his ends, Bird, through the pretense of being a newspaper man (under the assumed name of Gorman), gains admittance to engine house and cuts the wires. At the same time a mysterious fire breaks out in the Fordham mansion, but kind providence sends a messenger, telling Jock the threatened danger. Paled with emotion and with a determination as rigid as stone, turns in the 4/11/44 and rushes madly to the rescue, for there was a higher love than even his love for duty that spurred him into the burning home in time to save Elinor and her father. Thus again Bird's scheme had failed. The day has arrived when his marriage is to be performed. As a last hope, Jock, through a ruse of illness, induces Elinor to visit him, knowing Bird would follow and thus give him a chance to meet face to face with the man that had ruined his future. This proves the undoing of the treacherous Bird and landed him into the hands of the officers and results in the reuniting of the devoted lovers.
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1910
The Sergeant
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MovieSep 22, 1910

The Sergeant

A story laid in the Great Yosemite Valley during the eighties. …
A story laid in the Great Yosemite Valley during the eighties. Col. Westley has an only daughter who is the one softening influence in his rugged nature. She is fond of taking morning rides over the trails, and is usually accompanied by Robt. Adams, a sergeant at the post, and who is detailed by the father to look after her safety. The companionship of these young people soon ripens into love, and despite the disparity of the rank of Adams and his sweetheart's father, they plight their troth. At the opening of the story we see them riding away from the post. Upon arriving at Nevada Falls, a favorite spot, they leave their horses and proceed on foot in order that they may ascend to a more advantageous height from which to view the gorgeous scenery that surrounds the grand historical Yosemite Valley. While engaged in this pastime, an Indian renegade steals their horses, leaving them afoot many miles from the post. The evening is stealing upon them when they discover their loss and in their effort to follow the footprints of their horses they lose their way and are compelled to spend the night in the wilderness. The Colonel becoming alarmed, sends out a searching party that finally succeeds in finding the missing couple. Upon returning to the post the sergeant is placed under arrest, despite the pleading of his unhappy sweetheart. Now a lapse of n month occurs and we see a thrilling battle with the Indians, in which the Colonel, accompanied by his daughter, is cut off from the men and about to be taken by the redskins. It is at this time that Adams, only a private, shows his heroism by making a desperate dash through the lines of the enemy, rescuing the Colonel and his daughter from the murderous savages, though wounded almost to death. His recovery and promotion to 1st Lieutenant soon follow, and with the consent of the Colonel to his marriage with the lady of his choice, ends a pretty story of love, heroism and devotion to duty.
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1857
Frank Clark
BirthDecember 1857

Frank Clark

Frank Clark was born.
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