Film Actor

Pete Morrison

  • Aug 08, 1890 - Feb 05, 1973 (age 82)
  • 6' 1" (1.85 m)
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1973
Pete Morrison
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Pete Morrison

Pete Morrison passed away.
1935
Five Bad Men
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MovieMar 1, 1935

Five Bad Men

Five Bad Men is a 1935 American western film …
Five Bad Men is a 1935 American western film directed by Clifford S. Smith, starring Noah Beery Jr., Bill Patton, and Jay Wilsey.
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1932
The Last Frontier
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MovieSep 5, 1932

The Last Frontier

A frontier newspaper editor Kirby battles outlaw Tiger Morris …
A frontier newspaper editor Kirby battles outlaw Tiger Morris who is causing indian uprisings to drive away settlers so that he will can claim a gold deposit as his own. With the help of General Custer, right wins out. Presented in serial form in 12 episodes.
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Lighthouse Love
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MovieMay 6, 1932

Lighthouse Love

Two marines stationed in the Chinese port of Hang …
Two marines stationed in the Chinese port of Hang Chow decide to swear off women and join the lighthouse patrol.
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1931
The Vanishing Legion
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MovieJun 2, 1931

The Vanishing Legion

A mysterious master criminal known as The Voice plots …
A mysterious master criminal known as The Voice plots with his gang to sabotage the Milesburg Oil Company, but the rightful heir has a secret army of her own to protect her rights.
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The Cowcatcher's Daughter
MovieMay 10, 1931

The Cowcatcher's Daughter

"Old-fashioned rancher …
"Old-fashioned rancher father Pop Martin wants his wayward daughter Marje to marry foreman Jim Brady just as soon as she leaves the finishing school he has sent her to make her behave herself. Marje prefers dashing young cattle inspector Frank Thornby and runs away from school. Jim finds Marje and brings her home. Pop is waiting for his disobedient daughter. Marje has a lot of explaining to do, and a lot of cajoling if she's to marry Frank instead of Jim. A slapstick battle of wills follows between Pop and Marje."
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1930
Westward Bound
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MovieDec 1, 1930

Westward Bound

After Bob Lansing (Jay Wilsey as Buffalo Bill Jr). is involved …
After Bob Lansing (Jay Wilsey as Buffalo Bill Jr). is involved in a nightclub scrape, where he meets Montana rancher Madge Holt (Allene Ray)), his father sends him out west with his chauffeur Ben (Ben Corbett). In Montana, they are mistaken for rustlers Dick (Tom London) and Jim (Yakima Canutt), and Bob again meets Madge, who recognizes him but wishes to make things difficult for him.
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Phantom of the Desert
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MovieNov 1, 1930

Phantom of the Desert

Dan Denton and Steve are …
Dan Denton and Steve are rustling horses and blaming a wild horse called the Phantom. Jack Saunders arrives and sets out to capture the wild horse. When he catches and rides the horse, it leads him to the stolen horses and right into the hands of Denton and his gang.
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Trails of Danger
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MovieSep 30, 1930

Trails of Danger

The correct title of this film (on the film, the posters, the …
The correct title of this film (on the film, the posters, the lobby cards and the press book) is "Trails of Danger" while "Trails of Peril" was a working title that appeared in a trade publication that was printed before the film was released as "Trails of Danger. " Consequently, some sources think, because "Trails of Peril" appears in a print source as the title, that "Trails of Peril" is the actual title because that title also appears in an often-unreliable catalog, put together by file clerks who copied it from the original trade source. It isn't. Whatever. Anyway, Bob Bartlett returns from WWI with little but medals, but is anxious to do something significant before facing his father, U.S. Marshal Bartlett. Bob saves Mary Martin and her father John Martin from an attack by two outlaws, and he later finds a beautiful horse that belongs to a bandit, although he (Bob, not the horse) doesn't know it. The horse doesn't seem to know it either. First rattle out of the box, Bob, now riding Starlight,gets into trouble the next day when the stagecoach arrives, as the horse is identified as the one rode by the leader, Butch Coleman, of the bandits who held up the stage. Bob makes his escape, evades the posse led by Sheriff Johnson and sets out to capture Coleman and his gang and win the heart of Mary. He does so, and as he claims the reward and Mary, he is discovered as the son of the Marshal paying the reward.
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Ridin' Law
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MovieMay 24, 1930

Ridin' Law

Remade in 1939 by Harry S. Webb as "Riders of the …
Remade in 1939 by Harry S. Webb as "Riders of the Sage" with Bob Steele, Claire Rochelle and Carleton Young taking the roles played here, with the role names changed, by Jack Perrin, Renee Borden and Jack Mower; Seeking his father's killer in Mexico, Jack Rowland falls into the clutches of Buck Lambert and his band of smugglers. Carmencita and Ricardo, whom Jack thinks are sweethearts, are with the gang but help Jack escape.They tell him they are undercover agents working for the Mexican government to apprehend the smuggling gang. With Jack's help, their mission is accomplished and Jack discovers Buck to be the killer of his father. He also happily discovers that Ricardo is Carmencita's brother and not her sweetheart.
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Beyond the Rio Grande
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MovieApr 12, 1930

Beyond the Rio Grande

Having quit their old gang …
Having quit their old gang and gone straight, Bert Allen and Joe Kemp finally own their own ranch after three years, but Joe robs the Riverton bank of the Green River Dam payroll - using Bert's horse, gun and gloves and leaving behind Bert's hat. Bert escapes across the Mexican border and there falls in love with Betty Burke, while Bill, Al Mooney and Dick pursue the $5000 reward for Bert and the robbery loot held by Joe. Bert offers to surrender to the sheriff if the reward money will be spent on surgery for Betty's blind mother.
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Trailing Trouble
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MovieMar 23, 1930

Trailing Trouble

Ed King travels east to sell Pop Blake's cattle. While there …
Ed King travels east to sell Pop Blake's cattle. While there Buck, another of Blake's hands, plans to rob Ed by using a local girl Ming Toy as a decoy. Ming Toy gets the money and returning empty handed, and before the other hands arrive, Ed is surprised to find Ming Toy return with the men.
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1929
Courtin' Wildcats
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MovieDec 22, 1929

Courtin' Wildcats

College boy Clarence Butts has been sent west by the …
College boy Clarence Butts has been sent west by the Doctor to join McKenzie's circus. There he finds Calamity Jane running roughshod over everyone. So the dude decides to tame her.
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The Three Outcasts
MovieMar 1, 1929

The Three Outcasts

After young Dick Martin's father dies, his mother marries …
After young Dick Martin's father dies, his mother marries Rance Slavin, with whom Dick does not get along. Years later, after his mother has died, Dick buys his own horse ranch. He discovers one day that his horses are being stolen in large numbers, and sets out to find the thief and get his horses back. However, he is in for a surprise when he finally discovers the identity of the horse thief.
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Eugene K. Morrison
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Eugene K. Morrison

Eugene K. Morrison born.
1926
Chasing Trouble
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MovieMay 2, 1926

Chasing Trouble

Chasing Trouble released.
1925
Stampede Thunder
MovieNov 25, 1925

Stampede Thunder

Stampede Thunder released.
A Ropin' Ridin' Fool
MovieNov 23, 1925

A Ropin' Ridin' Fool

The younger and weak Alvin Warren, son of an old …
The younger and weak Alvin Warren, son of an old Philadelphia banker, goes into debt to Jack Cope, a gambler, and helps him steal a large sum of money from his father's safe. Beth Warren, a ward of the family, discovers them in the act of robbery and gets a good look at Cope. Alvin's brother, Jim, a Texas Ranger on holiday in the East, takes the blame for the crime in order to protect Alvin. A year later, Beth comes west to visit Jim and recognizes Cope, who runs a trading post. Cope kidnaps her with the help of Santo, a half-breed, and takes her to a cabin. Jim trails them there and mortally wounds Cope, who confesses his guilt in the robbery and returns most of the stolen money. Beth and Jim seem destined for marriage, and the elder Warren uses the money to clear himself of charges of embezzlement that resulted from the original loss of the money.
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The Mystery of Lost Ranch
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MovieJun 13, 1925

The Mystery of Lost Ranch

Two men claiming to be …
Two men claiming to be scientists arrive in Colorado looking for Blair, a fellow scientist who disappeared while developing a death ray. The men hire Pete, who finds Blair living with his daughter on a ranch in an inaccessible valley near the Grand Canyon, where the scientist is testing his ray on birds and wild animals. Pete then discovers that the two men from the East are, in reality, agents of a foreign government, who hope to steal Blair's invention. Pete quickly sides with Blair, defeating the foreign agents with the help of Blair's daughter, whom he comes to love. Pete hands the agents over to law officers and returns to the ranch in Lost Valley.
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The Empty Saddle
MovieMar 28, 1925

The Empty Saddle

The Empty Saddle released.
1924
Rainbow Rangers
MovieJul 1, 1924

Rainbow Rangers

Rose Warner and her father, Luke, are attacked by a …
Rose Warner and her father, Luke, are attacked by a band of desperadoes and are rescued by wandering rangers, including an ex-parson, English Charlie, and Barbecue Sam, a cook. "The rescuing rangers are comic types - . They always appear in the nick of time when the girl is about to be left at the mercy of the bandits and put them to rout. The love interest is taken care of toward the finish between 'Buck,' head of the comic heroes, and the girl.
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The Powerful Eye
MovieJun 7, 1924

The Powerful Eye

The Powerful Eye released.
Black Gold
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MovieMay 29, 1924

Black Gold

Black Gold released.
The Bull Tosser
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MovieMay 10, 1924

The Bull Tosser

The Bull Tosser released.
Pioneer's Gold
MovieApr 1, 1924

Pioneer's Gold

An old pioneer wants his brother's children whom he …
An old pioneer wants his brother's children whom he has never met to inherit his wealth, but a villain substitutes ringers for them.
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1923
The Ghost City
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MovieDec 3, 1923

The Ghost City

In Sunshine Valley, California, "Laughing" Larry Lawton …
In Sunshine Valley, California, "Laughing" Larry Lawton and his pal, "Sagebrush" Hilton, are informed that unless the ranch owners place $10,000 in a designated spot on a certain day the reservoir supplying the valley with water will be drained. Just to show they aren't kidding, the extortionists have drained two feet of water already. In New Orleans, wealthy California ranch owner Austin Sinclair, now purchasing Ghost City Ranch in Sunshine Valley, receives word that a conspiracy is in progress to take the ranch away from him. He is unable to travel to California because of a disabled foot but his daughter Alice offers to go for him. She gets her cousin, Ray Moreton, an aviator, to take her in his aeroplane. Agents of Jasper Harwell, who is trying to get the ranch by unfair means, try to prevent the departure but the pair escape them and are soon on their way. The plane develops engine trouble a few miles short of their destination and they are forced to land. Alice borrows a horse from Lawton and is on her way to Ghost City Ranch but rides right in the path of a cattle stampede...end of Chapter One.
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Gentlemen of the West
MovieOct 13, 1923

Gentlemen of the West

Gentlemen of the West released.
Making Good
MovieFeb 12, 1923

Making Good

Making Good released.
1922
Daring Danger
MovieMar 5, 1922

Daring Danger

Rancher Cal Horton, who has suffered considerably at …
Rancher Cal Horton, who has suffered considerably at the hands of cattle rustlers who have become a menace to local life and property, is called on by the United States Government to track down the outlaws. Horton visits his sweetheart, Ethel Stanton, informs her of his mission, and bids her goodbye. The foreman of a neighboring ranch, noted for his moral qualities but actually in league with the cattle thieves, seeks the hand of Ethel and suggests to her that Horton is an outlaw, causing her to break the engagement. Meanwhile, Horton travels day and night to overtake the rustlers, and although placed in many perilous encounters manages to escape his enemies; soon the sheriff and his men come to his rescue, and the guilty foreman is punished. Horton is rewarded by the government and marries Ethel.
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1921
Crossing Trails
MovieNov 23, 1921

Crossing Trails

Helen, wrongly suspected of murder, escapes to the …
Helen, wrongly suspected of murder, escapes to the refuge of Jim's Ranch, where love soon blooms.
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1920
Dangerous Love
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MovieDec 1, 1920

Dangerous Love

A likable boy with a proclivity for gambling and fighting, Ben …
A likable boy with a proclivity for gambling and fighting, Ben Warman, alienates the owner of a saloon in a Western mining town by helping a girl remove her drunken father from the premises. In so doing he makes a friend of the Woman, a young schoolteacher who makes Ben promise to give up his vices. Their romance is endangered, however, by the arrival of an Eastern girl, who takes a fancy to Ben, and her brother, who falls for the schoolteacher. The Easterners see that the schoolteacher gets false reports of the cause of Ben's fights, and the schoolteacher leaves for the East to study music. The saloon owner, enlisting the aid of an adventuress, hatches a plan to defraud Ben of a mine claim, but the schoolteacher returns in time to foil the scheme and be reunited with Ben.
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1919
Dynamite
MovieOct 18, 1919

Dynamite

Dynamite released.
The Hidden Badge
MovieAug 23, 1919

The Hidden Badge

The Hidden Badge released.
Kingdom Come
MovieJun 21, 1919

Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come is a 1919 American silent short …
Kingdom Come is a 1919 American silent short Western film directed by George Holt and featuring Hoot Gibson.
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The Gun Packer
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MovieMay 24, 1919

The Gun Packer

With the help of a reformed gunman (and a gang of …
With the help of a reformed gunman (and a gang of outlaws), the sheepmen aim to win their water rights from the cattle barons of Rimrock Valley.
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By Indian Post
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MovieMay 24, 1919

By Indian Post

Jode McWilliams, the foreman of Circle O, is in love with …
Jode McWilliams, the foreman of Circle O, is in love with Peg, the daughter of Pa Owens, the owner of the ranch. The trouble is that daddy won't allow! Which does not stop Jode from wanting to marry Peg. He asks Stumpy, the cook, to help him write a love letter to the lady of his heart. The other cowhands find it and, with a view to making fun of Jode, nail it to the door. Two Horns, an Indian, steals it and ... delivers it to Peg. When Jode and his posse, pursuing the facetious redskin, arrive at the Owenses' house, Jode's boss has already found out. A showdown ensues and the young man, who has lost the fight, is made prisoner and held in a room. But he is rescued by his pal Chub and a helpful parson marry the two lovebirds. Away they ride from the reluctant father towards happiness.
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Gun Law
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MovieMay 10, 1919

Gun Law

Gun Law is a 1919 American short Western film directed …
Gun Law is a 1919 American short Western film directed by John Ford.
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Rustlers
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MovieApr 26, 1919

Rustlers

A government ranger infiltrates a rustler gang so effectively, …
A government ranger infiltrates a rustler gang so effectively, that Nell must save him from a lynch mob.
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Ace High
MovieApr 23, 1919

Ace High

Ace High is a 1919 American short Western film directed …
Ace High is a 1919 American short Western film directed by George Holt and featuring Hoot Gibson.
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His Buddy
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MovieMar 29, 1919

His Buddy

His Buddy is a 1919 American short Western film directed …
His Buddy is a 1919 American short Western film directed by George Holt and featuring Hoot Gibson.
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The Fighting Brothers
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MovieMar 1, 1919

The Fighting Brothers

When Sheriff Larkin's …
When Sheriff Larkin's brother is falsely accused of a murder, Larkin still does his job - arrests the boy and takes him to prison. But, his duty done, the sheriff takes off his badge and helps his brother to escape.
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The Black Horse Bandit
MovieFeb 1, 1919

The Black Horse Bandit

The Black Horse Bandit is …
The Black Horse Bandit is a 1919 short Western film directed by Harry Harvey and featuring Hoot Gibson.
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1918
Love's Pay Day
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MovieDec 1, 1918

Love's Pay Day

Representing a large New York fish packing concern, …
Representing a large New York fish packing concern, George Wilton travels to the Newfoundland fishing village of Hearts Desire to purchase a packing plant, but he soon learns that the plant's owner, Jean Laroque, has no intention of selling. Wilton promises Jean's restless young fiancée, Judith Bretans, that he will finance her move to New York City provided she give him the deed to the plant. On the night of the wedding, Judith secures the papers from her new husband, and when Jean realizes that he has lost the plant to Wilton, he denounces Judith and leaves town. As the new owner, Wilton operates the plant with such cruelty that the outraged fishermen decide to revolt and are about to attack the building when Jean appears. Although he succeeds in dispersing the mob, Wilton is killed, and Judith, who has realized her foolishness, is reunited with her husband.
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A Good Loser
MovieJul 7, 1918

A Good Loser

Bidding goodbye to his fiancée, Evelyn Haselton, Harry …
Bidding goodbye to his fiancée, Evelyn Haselton, Harry Littlejohn goes West to seek his fortune, where he contracts pneumonia and almost dies. Dr. Jim nurses Harry back to health and the two men become fast friends. Later, the doctor travels to the East to visit a dying friend, falls in love with the ailing man's daughter and marries her. When the newlyweds return home, Harry is shocked to see that his friend's new wife is Evelyn, but respect for the doctor prevents him from revealing their former relationship. Because Doctor Jim's work keeps him away from home so frequently, Evelyn imagines he no longer loves her and agrees to elope with Jack Monroe. Harry discovers their plans and shoots Jack but is mortally wounded in the struggle. The doctor thinks that Harry was the culprit but learns the truth as his friend is dying. Evelyn accepts her husband's forgiveness, and they begin their marriage again.
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The Law's Outlaw
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MovieJan 13, 1918

The Law's Outlaw

Charles Easton returns to his ranch to find his property …
Charles Easton returns to his ranch to find his property in a shambles and his chances of marrying politician Oscar Davison's daughter Rose extremely slim, after losing the election for ...
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1917
Fighting Back
MovieNov 4, 1917

Fighting Back

Cashiered out of the army by what he believes was an …
Cashiered out of the army by what he believes was an unjust court-martial, the man known as The Weakling wanders aimlessly in the desert and is found by cowboys from the Lazy Y Ranch. They ...
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1916
The Bruiser
MovieMar 23, 1916

The Bruiser

Bill Brawley, a longshoreman represents the …
Bill Brawley, a longshoreman represents the dockworkers in contract talks with their unscrupulous boss, Manson Kenwick, who tells his own sister, Norma, to take Bill's mind off negotiations. Meanwhile, the workers prepare for the waterfront boxing championships. They urge Bill to participate, but when he refuses because he promised Norma that he would not fight, they believe that he has sold out to management. Even Bill's sweetheart, Fen, now afraid of losing him to Norma, cannot convince him to box. On fight night, Bill attends a party at Kenwick's. He learns that Kenwick has persuaded the men to sign a pro-management agreement and also that the fighter for the Kenwick shipyard is injured. Bill rushes to the ring, wins the fight, forces Kenwick into a fairer agreement and tells Fen that he never stopped loving her.
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Life's Blind Alley
MovieFeb 14, 1916

Life's Blind Alley

After becoming Adam Keating's partner in a ranching …
After becoming Adam Keating's partner in a ranching venture, Walt Landis hopes to become his son-in-law as well. Adam's daughter Helen, however, has different ideas, and marries the dissipated Fred Sherwood. Tired of his solitary rancher's life, a disappointed Walt then marries Rose McKee after answering the lonely-hearts letter that she placed in a box of collars. Meanwhile, Adam grows weary of Fred's chronic laziness, and so, hoping that the change of scenery will prove therapeutic, he sends Fred and Helen to Walt's ranch. Thrown together, Fred and Rose soon fall in love, while Helen, bored with her shiftless husband, starts a flirtation with Walt. Then, Rose and Fred get caught in quicksand, and for a moment Walt and Helen, seeing their chance to get married, consider letting them die. They finally rescue them, however, after which Helen and Fred return to Adam's ranch, while Walt and Rose continue their loveless marriage.
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1915
Douglas K. Morrison
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Douglas K. Morrison

Douglas K. Morrison born.
1914
The Cameo of the Yellowstone
MovieJul 6, 1914

The Cameo of the Yellowstone

Cameo, a cowpuncher, is …
Cameo, a cowpuncher, is the favored suitor for the hand of Col. Houston's daughter, Hope, On an errand to the town be incurs the enmity of Hawkins, a bad man who is beating Paecha, a little squaw and his common-law wife, A shooting scrape is averted by the quick action of the friends of the two men. Hawkins, the secret captain of a band of cattle rustlers, is in the saloon planning a raid on a herd of cattle. Cameo, taking pity on Paecha takes her safely home. While riding the open country Cameo stumbles on to the cattle rustlers and rides to Col. Houston's roundup to sound the warning. Upon his arrival he learns from the Colonel that Hawkins, who enjoys the confidence of the cattle men, has accompanied Hope to the House Ranch. He becomes uneasy and rides for the ranch house at full speed. He arrives just in time to surprise Hawkins making love to Hope. Insane with rage for being again crossed by Cameo, the two men watch each other warily. Hawkins pretending to depart succeeds in wounding Cameo in the hand. Hope beseeches Cameo for his own good not to kill Hawkins, and he is allowed to go unharmed. Realizing the game is up, Hawkins hurries off to his men to warn them to drive the cattle out of the country. In the meantime, the whole country has been aroused and with Cameo and Col. Houston at the head of a band of doughty cowboys, surprises the thieves and drives them on to a cliff. Hawkins makes his escape and to throw his pursuers off the track, doubles back to the ranch house. Love's instinct causes Cameo uneasiness for the safety of Hope alone at the ranch house and after taking an active part in the posse, rides ahead to the ranch house. He falls into a trap laid by Hawkins. Paecha, the little squaw, inspired by love for Hawkins, has dogged his footsteps in order to wield a protecting influence upon him, discovers the love Hawkins bears for Hope. The revelation arouses jealousy in her and she arrives at the ranch house just in time to see him on the verge of killing Cameo, the man who was kind to her. A shot rings out in the darkness and Hawkins falls lifeless. Hope rushes to Cameo and Paecha comes into the ranch house and tells of her deed and then departs, heartbroken.
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The Call of the Traumerei
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MovieMar 9, 1914

The Call of the Traumerei

Calvin Demorest, a young …
Calvin Demorest, a young artist who is on the verge of a physical breakdown, is advised by his friend, Rizzio, an old music-master, to go to the country for a rest. Profiting by the advice, Calvin goes to the farm of a friend of Rizzio's, where he soon recovers and devotes his time to out-of-door sketching. One day, while out sketching, he meets Enid Sumner, a country maiden who is a natural violinist, and is captivated by her remarkable talent for music. Acquaintance, intimacy and love follow in natural order. He teaches, her to play "Traumerei" by whistling it for her and subsequently feels the power of her music over him when, attacked by her jealous country suitor, it arrests his hand in the act of violence. Calvin is finally called back to the city by a letter informing him of a legacy left him by his uncle, which is to be used only as a means to complete his study of art abroad. He leaves her at the old trysting place, but the strains of Traumerei calls him back for one more view of her and he sees a picture of despair and grief that imprints itself indelibly on his heart. After remaining abroad two years the memory of Enid grows dim and he becomes infatuated with Vera De Lys, an actress. Enid, in the meantime, goes to the city and becomes a pupil of Rizzio; her pride, however, forces her to remain silent in regard to her acquaintance with Calvin. Returning home from Europe, Calvin secures his old studio adjoining Rizzio's and, unaware of Enid's proximity, takes up his work with renewed energy and confidence. He produces many pictures, but to his dismay they are consistently rejected by the art dealers. Finally, his funds exhausted and feeling himself a failure, he destroys his work and sinks into a state of despair from which even Rizzio fails to rouse him with the announcement of the coming art exhibit. Enid, aware of Calvin's return, avoids him and finally decides to give up her music lessons through fear of an accidental meeting. She requests Rizzio to give her "Traumerei" as her last lesson and the day arrives coincident with Calvin's day of despair. The music of her violin reaches him in the room adjacent, as he sits brooding over a vial of acid, and stays his hand. He sees again the picture of despair and grief that he saw the day he left her and, snatching up brushes and palette, he produces the picture on canvas. At the exhibit the picture wins highest honors. Enid learns that she is remembered; Rizzio discovers the secret and Vera De Lys, the French actress, who is playing in America with her company, finds Calvin again. Feeling his old infatuation for Vera return, Calvin leaves the exhibit hall with her, sending a message back to Rizzio to meet them that evening at a certain cabaret. The message gives Rizzio an idea and he arranges with the manager of the cabaret for Enid to appear as an entertainer. That evening the call of the "Traumerei" again goes forth from Enid's violin and stills the noisy crowd. The call penetrates to a secluded nook, where Calvin and Vera have withdrawn, and reaches Calvin as he is about to succumb to his infatuation for the designing actress. Calvin answers the call, but Enid eludes him and disappears. He returns to his studio, where Rizzio again finds him in despair, but be quickly recovers and understands when Rizzio tells him to follow the call of the "Traumerei," it leads him back to the old trysting place, where he finds Enid waiting for him.
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A Blowout at Santa Banana
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MovieJan 26, 1914

A Blowout at Santa Banana

Wall-Eyed Pete, Curly …
Wall-Eyed Pete, Curly Whiskerlegs and Rattlesnake Pete, known as the three guardsmen, get in bad with three pretty waitresses by misinterpreting the girls' request of the amorous trio that they "ask Aunt first." They ask the unattractive aunts - and are accepted at the aunts. To escape the aunts, they eagerly accept the job of driving 60 miles across the desert to Tombstone, to fetch a ton of fireworks for the projected Fourth of July celebration at Santa Banana. The Amusement Committee warns them that they must not waste the city's funds on liquor and gambling. Arriving in Tombstone, they protect one another from the allurements of rye and poker, and start home with the fireworks, after the storekeeper, has smuggled a demijohn aboard with his compliments. The guardsmen are warned by Capt. Wheeler's Rangers that the bandits are on the road. In a gulch the outfit is overtaken by twenty bandits. After a fight the guardsmen are captured. The bandits discover the firewater and hold an orgy around the campfire close to the explosives. That night Wall-Eyed Pete wheedles the Lone Guard into letting him smoke a cheroot. With it he burns the thongs from Curly's wrists, and, after setting fire to the wagon, they escape on one horse. The air is filled with a dazzling pyrotechnic display, which drives the drunken bandits in every direction. Next day the three guardsmen meet the rangers and send them back after the bandits. Meantime, at Santa Banana the Fourth of July celebration languishes, the crowd loudly demanding fireworks as advertised. The Committee, deciding that the guardsmen are off on a drunk, send a gun-man after them. He brings them in. Their tale of heroic daring is scoffed at. On the plea that the three guardsmen owe it to the town to make good by furnishing some sort of celebration, the Committee on Amusements decide to lynch them "to make a Roman holiday." The three bellicose aunts rush to the rescue of the unhappy heroes. Thus intimidated, the Committee gallantly waive the point, confer with the parson and decide to change the punishment. The horrified guardsmen are given their choice of marrying the aunts on the spot or being lynched. After a vain appeal to the still haughty girls, the boys ungallantly chose hanging, whereupon the outraged aunts attack the guardsmen. The nieces start to interpose but the ruction is interrupted by the entrance of Wheeler's rangers, bringing a string of captive bandits, who make signs that they still see sky-rockets and pin wheels. Explanations and apologies follow, and the boys are hailed as heroes. The girls relent and the right sort of wedding ensues, to the huge delight of the whole assembled population of Santa Banana.
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1912
Lillian Knapp
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Lillian Knapp

Married Lillian Knapp.
1909
Judgment
MovieNov 27, 1909

Judgment

The scene takes place on a Western ranch in …
The scene takes place on a Western ranch in Wyoming. Jim Flanders, a wealthy ranchman, has a beautiful daughter, Alice, who is loved by Tom Ripley, the foreman of the ranch. The match is objected to by Flanders, who desires his daughter to wed a more cultured and refined man. Ripley is so persistent, however, that Flanders discharges him from his services and orders him to leave the ranch. Robert Gray, an Easterner, and the type of a man, presumably, that Flanders prefers for a son-in-law, is sojourning at the ranch and appears to be desperately in love with Alice. Alice, however, sees through the veneer and Eastern polish of his makeup, and will have nothing to do with him. A climax comes one day shortly after when Ripley again visits the girl and is ordered away by Flanders. A bitter quarrel ensues in which Ripley draws his gun, but he is saved from shooting the ranchman by the timely interference of the other cowboys. Ripley leaves quietly but makes threats which Flanders and a number of cowboys overhear. In a quarrel with one of his employees, Pete, a half-breed, Flanders is shot in the back and Gray, arriving on the scene threatens to expose the Mexican, unless he complies to a certain plan, by which he thinks he can dispose of Ripley and win Alice. The revolver which the half-breed used in shooting his employer is slipped into Ripley's holster and his own removed therefrom. Then an alarm is turned in and a few minutes later Ripley is dragged from his shack and accused of the murder. Evidence is only too strong and speedy Western justice is soon served. Ripley is lynched and Gray finds an open road to the girl's hand. There is a stronger law sometimes than that which is meted out by human hands. "Remorse," that haunting, phantom thing that drives the criminal inevitably to his death, no matter how innocent he may appear in the eyes of the world. Gray wins Alice's consent to marry him, but as he slips on the engagement ring the girl's form melts and in his deluded mind he imagines Ripley is standing in front of him, an accusing finger pointed at him. Gray, uttering a shriek, staggers back, and flees, leaving the astonished girl staring after him. He seeks the solitude of the wilds of a rocky canyon, but the form of Ripley continues to haunt him. A circling eagle high up on the cliff, screams mockingly at him, while the roaring mountain torrent hurls accusations at him. He wends his way with difficulty up the face of the cliff and drops in a heap on the top. Pete, the half-breed, finds him there an hour later. Gray rises and grapples with him. The astonished half-breed struggles, but the superhuman strength of the deluded man crushes all resistance, and a moment later the two totter over the brink to their death on the rocks a thousand feet below. The picture ends here. Judgment, swift and sure, meted out by the hand of unrelenting fate, has balanced the debt.
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1890
Pete Morrison
BirthAugust 1890

Pete Morrison

Pete Morrison was born.
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