Actor

Leo D. Maloney

  • Jan 04, 1885 - Nov 02, 1929 (age 44)
  • 5' 11" (1.80 m)
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1929
Overland Bound
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MovieNov 23, 1929

Overland Bound

Trying to trick Ma (Lydia Knott) and Mary Winters (Allene Ray) …
Trying to trick Ma (Lydia Knott) and Mary Winters (Allene Ray) into selling their rundown ranch, which will be in the path of a future railroad, Underwood (Charles K.French) hires Keno Creager (Albert Smith) to impersonate Jimmy Winters, not seen by his mother and sister for many years. Lucky Lorimer (Leo Maloney), a horsetrading drifter, and Larry Withers, a waiter (Jack Perrin) in the saloon of Boss Wheeler (William Dyer), discover the plot. Larry reveals he is Jimmy, and they both head for the Winters' ranch. They find Creager already there but Lucky, via a fake murder charge on Jimmy Winters, tricks Creager into denying he is Jimmy.
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Leo D. Maloney
PersonalNovember 1929

Leo D. Maloney

Leo D. Maloney passed away.
The Fire Detective
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MovieMar 3, 1929

The Fire Detective

The Fire Detective is a 1929 American adventure film …
The Fire Detective is a 1929 American adventure film serial directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and Thomas Storey. The film is considered to be lost.
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1928
Yellow Contraband
MovieOct 28, 1928

Yellow Contraband

Yellow Contraband released.
The Vanishing West
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MovieOct 15, 1928

The Vanishing West

A boy's father is an unjustly accused fugitive, and the …
A boy's father is an unjustly accused fugitive, and the boy's scheming uncle plots to become the youngster's guardian and take over the family fortune.
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Vultures of the Sea
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MovieAug 1, 1928

Vultures of the Sea

When his father is falsely convicted and sentenced to die for a …
When his father is falsely convicted and sentenced to die for a murder committed aboard ship, the man's son signs on as a crewman to discover the real killer and clear his father.
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1927
The Devil's Twin
MovieDec 11, 1927

The Devil's Twin

The Devil's Twin released.
The Man from Hard Pan
MovieMar 6, 1927

The Man from Hard Pan

The Man from Hard Pan released.
The Long Loop on the Pecos
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MovieJan 9, 1927

The Long Loop on the Pecos

Jim Rutledge, a newcomer to …
Jim Rutledge, a newcomer to the Pecos country. Jim is befriended by Clem Vining, who has been constantly persecuted by the Long Loop gang.
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1926
The High Hand
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MovieSep 12, 1926

The High Hand

The High Hand is a 1926 western film written by Ford Beebe …
The High Hand is a 1926 western film written by Ford Beebe and directed by Leo D. Maloney.
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The Blind Trail
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MovieJan 15, 1926

The Blind Trail

Bob Carson and his pal Hank O'Hara are wandering …
Bob Carson and his pal Hank O'Hara are wandering through the west and stop at a western café and get into an argument with bad guys Mort Van Vlack and Al Sinclair. Alice Bartlett, recently orphaned, rides to town and pays money lender William Skinner on a note he holds against her late father's ranch. She does not know the note is a forgery made by Skinner and his henchmen Mort and Al. The latter dust off Skinner after an argument over how to split the money. Carson goes to Skinner's office, and is leaning over the dead man's corpse when the Sheriff shows up and arrests him for the killing.
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1925
Luck and Sand
MovieOct 24, 1925

Luck and Sand

Luck and Sand released.
Ranchers and Rascals
MovieSep 19, 1925

Ranchers and Rascals

In this western comedy, bachelor Harvey Martin is suprised to …
In this western comedy, bachelor Harvey Martin is suprised to hear there is a woman and a baby in his house. When he, his finance and her mother arrive they not only find the woman and the baby there but the woman claims Harvey is her husband.
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The Blood Bond
MovieJul 23, 1925

The Blood Bond

The Blood Bond released.
Flash o' Lightning
MovieMay 1, 1925

Flash o' Lightning

Flash o' Lightning released.
Across the Deadline
MovieApr 26, 1925

Across the Deadline

Like Romeo and Juliet, Shirley Revelle and Clem Wainright …
Like Romeo and Juliet, Shirley Revelle and Clem Wainright fall in love despite a thirty-year-old feud between their families. Clem's rival, Ben Larrago, informs Shirley's father that they are seeing each other. Mr. Revelle forbids Shirley to see Clem, and Clem spunkily rides his horse across the property line of the Revelle ranch. Shirley's brother Rance is so furious he wants to shoot Clem on the spot, but obeys their father when he orders him not to. Mr. Revelle forces forces Clem to ride off, but Rance shoots at him from ambush. Clem is not hurt; Rance, however, takes one of Clem's bullets in the arm. When a stagecoach is held up by Larrago and Shifty Sands, the sheriff uses Rance's wound to accuse Rance of the robbery. He is about to be lynched by an angry mob, when Clem stops the hanging and clears Rance of all suspicion of guilt by pointing out that he himself had wounded Rance before the time of the holdup.
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The Trouble Buster
MovieJan 1, 1925

The Trouble Buster

The Trouble Buster released.
1924
The Loser's End
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MovieNov 1, 1924

The Loser's End

Cowhand Bruce Mason is framed and falsely accused of …
Cowhand Bruce Mason is framed and falsely accused of smuggling opium across the Texas-Mexico border near the ranch he works on. He walks, runs, rides and fights his way through many obstacles before he proves his innocence, and wins the hand of Lois Kincaid, daughter of the rancher.
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Riding Double
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MovieJun 1, 1924

Riding Double

Riding Double released.
Huntin' Trouble
MovieMar 5, 1924

Huntin' Trouble

Huntin' Trouble released.
1923
Steel-Shod Evidence
MovieJul 8, 1923

Steel-Shod Evidence

Adam Lund, having bet all his money on his own horse in …
Adam Lund, having bet all his money on his own horse in the big race, secretly times Hodge's horse. Learning his horse is no longer the fastest, he sets out to make sure Hodge's horse doesn't run.
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Double Cinched
MovieMar 4, 1923

Double Cinched

The minister that was to marry Lem and Polly is waylaid by an …
The minister that was to marry Lem and Polly is waylaid by an escaped convict who changes clothes with him. After the convict performs the ceremony Polly is given money which the convict then plans to get. Also Polly's father has learned of the switch and tries to reach his daughter to tell her she is not married.
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Lost, Strayed or Stolen
MovieFeb 18, 1923

Lost, Strayed or Stolen

After Jones kicks David …
After Jones kicks David Phillips off his ranch, Phillips finds Jones' young grandson who had strayed away from the ranch. Not allowed on Jones' ranch, he leaves the boy at another ranch with a note. With a reward being offered for the boy's return, Jones' foreman finds the boy and alters the note to make it look like a kidnaping.
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Under Suspicion
MovieJan 7, 1923

Under Suspicion

Under Suspicion released.
1922
His Enemy's Friend
MovieNov 26, 1922

His Enemy's Friend

His Enemy's Friend released.
1921
The Wolverine
MovieSep 23, 1921

The Wolverine

The Wolverine released.
1920
One Law for All
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MovieOct 16, 1920

One Law for All

One Law for All is a 1920 American short Western film directed …
One Law for All is a 1920 American short Western film directed by Leo D. Maloney and featuring Hoot Gibson.
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The Grinning Granger
MovieOct 9, 1920

The Grinning Granger

The Grinning Granger is a 1920 American short Western film …
The Grinning Granger is a 1920 American short Western film directed by Leo D. Maloney and featuring Hoot Gibson.
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A Gamblin' Fool
MovieOct 2, 1920

A Gamblin' Fool

A Gamblin' Fool is a 1920 American short Western film …
A Gamblin' Fool is a 1920 American short Western film released by Universal Film Mfg. Co. (later to become Universal Pictures), written by Ford Beebe, directed by Leo D. Maloney and featuring Hoot Gibson.
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The Big Catch
MovieSep 25, 1920

The Big Catch

The Big Catch is a 1920 short Western film released by the …
The Big Catch is a 1920 short Western film released by the Universal Film Mfg. Co. (later to become Universal Pictures), written by Ford Beebe, directed by Leo D. Maloney and starring Hoot Gibson.
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The Fatal Sign
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MovieFeb 1, 1920

The Fatal Sign

The Fatal Sign is a 1920 American drama film serial directed by …
The Fatal Sign is a 1920 American drama film serial directed by Stuart Paton. It is considered to be a lost film.
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1919
The Arizona Cat Claw
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MovieOct 27, 1919

The Arizona Cat Claw

The Arizona Cat Claw released.
1916
A Lass of the Lumberlands
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MovieOct 23, 1916

A Lass of the Lumberlands

A Lass of the Lumberlands is …
A Lass of the Lumberlands is a 1916 silent film serial directed by Paul Hurst and J. P. McGowan, and starring Helen Holmes. The serial is considered to be lost.
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The Diamond Runners
MovieAug 28, 1916

The Diamond Runners

The Diamond Runners released.
Judith of the Cumberlands
MovieJul 31, 1916

Judith of the Cumberlands

Two rival mountain clans that …
Two rival mountain clans that have been feuding for years begin a new battle over the moonshine whiskey trade. A young man and a girl from each of the different clans try to end the feud, and wind up falling for each other.
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Whispering Smith
MovieJun 5, 1916

Whispering Smith

Whispering Smith released.
The Girl and the Game
MovieJan 2, 1916

The Girl and the Game

The Girl and the Game released.
1915
The Gold Dust and the Squaw
MovieAug 10, 1915

The Gold Dust and the Squaw

The Gold Dust and the Squaw released.
In Danger's Path
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MovieJun 26, 1915

In Danger's Path

"Spud" Doyle and "Chicago" Tim escape from Warren near …
"Spud" Doyle and "Chicago" Tim escape from Warren near Hobart Tower. Giving Helen a description of the men, Warren requests her to watch for them. Helen sees the two on the following evening and wires word of their presence. The crooks, guessing her intention, jump aboard a freight train lying on the siding. Helen decides to go home on the freight. The relief operator gives her a train order fixing the meeting point between the freight and an extra, requesting her to hand it to the trainmen. The yeggmen see her about to get on the train. Fearing Helen will betray them, the crooks make her a prisoner and throw her into an empty refrigerator car. The thought of what must happen if the train orders are not delivered makes Helen desperate. Using one of the meat hooks, she chops her way into the ice chamber and reaches the car top. Upon reaching the open, she recognizes the crossing which the freight is approaching as the meeting point. Running forward, she warns the engineer. The freight is halted in time to avert a crash. The crooks leap from the train and flee. The following evening, Helen and Warren meet the yeggmen. The latter defeat the detective after locking Helen in a shanty. Later, the telegrapher and Warren locate "Spud" and "Chicago" near the turntable. In the fight which ensues, the men tumble into the pit just as the yardmen, unaware of what is taking place, begin turning a big mogul. Helen rushes across the turntable to the motor house and shuts off the power just in time to save the helpless trio from being crushed to death. The yardmen appear upon the scene and rescue the combatants. The crooks are placed under arrest.
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The Wild Engine
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MovieMay 8, 1915

The Wild Engine

Helen, informed of the danger which menaces an excursion …
Helen, informed of the danger which menaces an excursion train because another engine on the same track is running wild, mounts a motorcycle and speeds down the track to warn the passengers of their imminent peril. Nearing a river trestle under repair, she hurtles into the river; undaunted, she swims to the opposite bank and flags down the excursion train in the nick of time, causing the engineer to run his train onto a siding just a few moments before the runaway dashes by.
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The Leap from the Water Tower
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MovieJan 9, 1915

The Leap from the Water Tower

Rand, a vengeful discharged …
Rand, a vengeful discharged fireman, tampers with the airbrakes of a large freight locomotive making them useless on the long descent from the summit of Pine Hill to Lone Point the following day. Learning of the impending peril, Helen dashes to a water tower under which the train must pass, climbs out on the spout, leaps onto the roof of one of the cars, and warns the engineer in time. Helen's heroism wins her another offer of marriage, this time from Wadsworth, the freight engineer, but once again she opts for next weeks hazards instead.
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1914
The Black Diamond Express
MovieDec 19, 1914

The Black Diamond Express

When Dick, an aeronaut [sic] …
When Dick, an aeronaut [sic] is wrongly accused of shooting Dan, a trouble-making, quarrelsome cowboy, Helen aids his escape on the outgoing Black Diamond Express. The cowboy's friends pursue the train, Helen takes to the air, heads them off, rescues Dick in the nick of time, proves his innocence, and rescues him from a lynching mob. At the final fadeout, Helen refuses marriage proposals from both Dan and Dick, preferring to pursue further hazards of her own next week.
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The Man from the East
MovieDec 15, 1914

The Man from the East

Tom Bates is living in the city …
Tom Bates is living in the city enjoying a liberal fortune left him by an uncle recently deceased. When Tom received his fortune he was working on a ranch as a cowboy and was a top-notcher, too. In the city he has met May, a charming and beautiful girl, who is engaged to marry him. Tom rescues a forlorn girl in the park from a ruffian. May breaks the engagement and Tom decides to return west. He gets a job as cowboy on a big ranch after demonstrating his prowess in every manner, so that he at once becomes a favorite. May is invited to visit her aunt's ranch and on the way the stagecoach in which she is riding is run away with by the frantic horses. Tom and his companions witness the runaway and Tom, riding across fields, intercepts it, imperils his life by leaping from his horse to the footboard, and reining in the runaway team he saves the life of May. Tom is astonished to find her in the coach and she is delighted to find that he is her preserver. They are happily reunited.
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The Rival Railroad's Plot
MovieJul 22, 1914

The Rival Railroad's Plot

Intense rivalry exists …
Intense rivalry exists between the Midland and Northern Railroads, both of which are trying to land the government mail contract. The Northern having established a record run, its rival determines to beat it. Ruth's sweetheart, Jerry, is the fireman on the locomotive which is to try to smash the Northern's record. Henley, a spy for the rival railroad, attempts to bribe Jerry and is knocked down. At Henley's order, Jim Downs, his accomplice, enters Jerry's room on the day of the run and knocks the boy unconscious. The scoundrel then reports to Manton. the engineer, that he is to substitute for Jerry, who has been taken ill. Jim spills a chemical into the feed tank which causes the water in the boiler to form. The flyer comes to a standstill. Ruth, at the station a few miles ahead, anxiously wonders what is delaying the train. An attempt to telegraph for information results in the discovery that a falling tree has torn down the wires. Rushing to a siding where an engine is standing. Ruth induces its crew to speed down the track in search of the missing fiver. Jim is filled with dismay when the rescue locomotive arrives. Billy revives and hastens to the office, where he tells of what has happened. At the same moment, determined to prevent the breaking of the Northern's record, Jim attempts to hold the engine crew up at pistol's point. A desperate battle ensues. The scoundrel finally falls from the cab and is killed. The break in the wires is repaired. Ruth telegraphs her story into the main office. Just as she finishes, the answer comes, "Well done. Mail just arrived. Beat record by one minute."
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The Stolen Rembrandt
MovieApr 29, 1914

The Stolen Rembrandt

Sterling, an artist, receives permission to make a copy of …
Sterling, an artist, receives permission to make a copy of a Rembrandt owned by McKay. While at work on the painting, Sterling falls in love with Rose, McKay's daughter. Mrs. McKay is anxious to have her daughter marry Sherwood, a society man. Although Rose detests the man, her mother compels her to become engaged to him. She breaks the news to Sterling, but confesses that she loves only him. The artist seizes her in his arms. Sherwood witnesses the incident and upbraids his fiancée. In anger, Rose breaks their engagement. The fortune hunter determines to secure revenge. Sterling has finished his painting. Sherwood finds it standing underneath the original, wrapped up and ready to be taken away. Awaiting the opportunity, he hangs the copy on the wall while the original is placed in Sterling's wrappings. Later, the artist takes the original home, unaware of the dastardly trick. McKay discovers the exchange the following day, and, accompanied by a detective, hastens to Sterling's studio. During the night, however, Sherwood has entered the place and has stolen the precious masterpiece. Sterling is searching for the painting when McKay and the detective arrive. Despite his protests, the artist is placed under arrest. Sherwood sells the painting to St. Clair, an unscrupulous art dealer. The two plan to steal more of McKay's paintings. By a clever trick, St. Claire is installed in the McKay household as watchman. Rose, however, discovers the state of affairs when she overhears the thieves conversing. That night, Sherwood enters the McKay home while the millionaire is out. He binds St. Claire and then removes several canvases from their frames. Rose enters. Levelling an automatic pistol, she holds the villain up. McKay returns home just in time to hear his daughter calling for help. The rascals are placed under arrest. Sterling is freed. To atone for their unjust suspicions, the millionaire and his wife consent to the artist's marriage to their daughter.
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A Million in Jewels
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MovieFeb 16, 1914

A Million in Jewels

Feeling death's approach, Rajah Mizpah bequeaths his jewels …
Feeling death's approach, Rajah Mizpah bequeaths his jewels to his daughter, Princess Oonah. The Rajah bids Oonah beware of Seelam Isham, her cousin. Shortly afterward, Seelam demands the Jewels of Oonah. The girl pluckily refuses and hides them. Seelam's men later ransack the palace, but fail to find the objects of their search. In an effort to escape from her cousin, Oonah leaves for America, taking the jewels with her. The man learns of her plans. Oonah meets Tom King on board the ocean liner. The two become fast friends. Later, the girl learns that Seelam is also aboard. In terror, she tells her story to Tom. The boy promises to guard Oonah against her cousin. Tom takes charge of the jewels, thus frustrating a second attempt by Seelam and his men to steal them. On reaching America, Tom returns the jewels to Oonah, who places them in a secret cabinet. Seelam grows desperate. He and his men break into Tom's home, believing the jewels to be concealed there. The boy, however, has gone to call upon Oonah. Learning of this, the Hindoos follow. Seelam takes with him a powder, the flames of which cause slow death. Tom and Oonah are captured. Tom is bound and gagged. By threatening to kill the boy, Seelam succeeds in wringing the hiding-place of the jewels from Oonah, Tom has been taken into the next room. Seelam places the powder near the boy and lights it. Tom succeeds in crawling to the telephone and summons help. Seelam and his men are just about to leave with the jewels when police burst upon the scene. In the struggle Seelam is slain.
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Explosive 'D'
MovieJan 24, 1914

Explosive 'D'

Alstyne, Col. Frasier's guest at Fort Brandon, is a foreign spy. …
Alstyne, Col. Frasier's guest at Fort Brandon, is a foreign spy. The man witnesses a test which proves the terrific power of an explosive invented by Captain Morton. The spy determines to steal the formula, which is hidden in the colonel's desk. To further his ends, Alstyne makes violent love to Millie, Frasier's daughter. Fascinated by the man, Millie forgets her sweetheart, Morton. The young captain views the situation with apprehension. Alstyne calls to take Millie out riding. As he enters the house, he sees Col. Frasier place the paper containing the formula in one of the desk drawers. Later, when the colonel leaves the room, the spy enters and steals the document. Millie enters the room just in time to witness the theft. She attempts to wrest the paper from Alstyne's grasp, but is hurled to one side. Alstyne dashes from the house. Mounting his horse, the man dashes toward a spot where an accomplice in a motor boat is waiting. Millie gives the alarm, after which she mounts her own horse and goes in pursuit. The spy discovers he is being followed and fires several shots at the girl. None of them take effect, however. The girl overtakes Alstyne just as he reaches the edge of the cliff, at the bottom of which his accomplice waits for him. The spy is just about to shoot when his foot slips and he falls to the rocks below. Colonel Frasier, Morton and the troopers reach the cliff. Millie gazes below with horror. Morton makes his way to the silent form and finds the formula. Alstyne is dead. The captain returns the precious document to the colonel, after which he turns to his sweetheart. Throwing her arms about him, Millie sobs for forgiveness.
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1913
Gilt Edge Stocks
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MovieDec 22, 1913

Gilt Edge Stocks

The police learn that Fleece has victimized a number of …
The police learn that Fleece has victimized a number of people by selling worthless stocks. Detectives Wallace and West are assigned to the case. The officers secure a room underneath Fleece's office. By installing a vocaphone in the swindler's office they are enabled to overhear all that transpires. Fleece induces Maud, the clerk at the cigar stand in the building, to purchase some of his stocks. Coleman, her sweetheart, urges Maud to demand the return of her money. The girl, however, insists that the stocks are valuable. Coleman later enters Fleece's office and orders the man to return the money he has mulcted from Maud. The swindler sneers at him and a fight ensues. Coleman is driven from the office at the point of a revolver. The vocaphone transmits the voices of the men to the detectives downstairs. Meanwhile, Maud learns from a prominent financier that Fleece has robbed her. The girl hastens to the swindler's office and demands her money back. Instead, Fleece seizes her in his arms. Maud struggles. Her hand brushes the revolver lying on the desk. She picks up the weapon. In the struggle the revolver is fired. Fleece falls to the floor. Coleman hears the shot and learns of what has occurred. He compels Maud to leave the office. Wallace and West have failed to listen to Maud's argument with Fleece, but come running up at the sound of the shot. Coleman stands over Fleece, pistol in hand. The young man declares that he has shot the man. Maud listens at the door and realizes the sacrifice her lover intends to make. She rushes into the room and declares her guilt. Fleece is dying. With the knowledge that his end is at hand, the man calls the officers to his side and confesses that Maud shot him in self-defense.
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The Runaway Freight
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MovieNov 10, 1913

The Runaway Freight

Billy, a station hand, and Ruth, a telegraph operator, are …
Billy, a station hand, and Ruth, a telegraph operator, are sweethearts. Ruth, however, declines to marry the boy because of his small salary. Rand, a freight conductor, is also in love with Ruth. Billy secures a transfer and becomes a brakeman. He is assigned to Rand's train. The freight conductor shows his dislike for the boy. During one of the runs. Rand and Billy engage in a fist fight and the conductor is badly beaten. He vows to get even. Two tramps steal aboard the train. Rand hires them to attack Billy. The latter puts up a smashing fight and is only beaten when one of the tramps hits him with a blackjack. Billy fails dazed and is thrown from the train into a river. The water revives the boy and he swims to shore. He flags a train and is taken back to the station in a serious condition. Later, Billy's mother persuades him to give up his perilous position. Ruth, believing his resignation due to cowardice, breaks their engagement. Rand brands the boy as a quitter. The conductor receives orders sidetracking his train until the Fast Mail passes. Further up the line, a car breaks loose from a freight and dashes down the hill. Ruth is ordered to stop the Fast Mail, but the warning comes too late. She pleads with Rand to halt the runaway, but the man declines, saying he can do nothing. Billy overhears the conversation. Dashing over to Rand's side-tracked freight, he climbs to the roof of a ear. The runaway approaches and Billy leaps aboard it as it flashes by. Crawling to the brakes, the boy claps them on. The runaway car stops just in time to avoid a terrible collision with the Fast Mail. His heroic conduct brings promotion to Billy and with it Ruth's consent to be his wife.
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1911
The Railroad Raiders of '62
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MovieMay 26, 1911

The Railroad Raiders of '62

Lockwood, the old, one …
Lockwood, the old, one-armed flagman at Lone Point, tells Helen and a young soldier of his experiences during the Civil War, and how he lost his arm.
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1885
Leo D. Maloney
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Leo D. Maloney

Leo D. Maloney was born.
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