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Sid Jordan

  • Aug 12, 1889 - Sep 30, 1970 (age 81)

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1970
Sid Jordan
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Sid Jordan

Sid Jordan passed away.
1937
Hollywood Cowboy
MovieMay 28, 1937

Hollywood Cowboy

Just after Kramer goes to Wyoming to start his …
Just after Kramer goes to Wyoming to start his protection racket, cowboy actor Jeff Carson finishes a picture and goes camping. Attracted to Joyce Butler, he hires on at her ranch and ...
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1935
Thunder Mountain
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MovieSep 27, 1935

Thunder Mountain

Kal Emerson (George O'Brien') and his pal Steve Sloan …
Kal Emerson (George O'Brien') and his pal Steve Sloan (Dean Benton) have the secret of a gold mine in Thunder Mountain, but no money to finance their prospecting until Kal rescues Sydney Blair (Barbara Fritchie) from the unwelcome advances of a drunken miner. She persuades her father, Samuel Blair (Edward LeSaint), to stake them. When they locate the mine, Kal returns for Sydney and her father. On the trip back, Kal falls in love with Sydney, who pretends to do the same with him because she believes he will soon be a rich man. When they arrive they find that a mining town has sprung up on the site and that Rand Leavitt (Morgan Wallace) is in control of the mine. Sydney and all of Kal's friends turn against him, with the exception of "Nugget" (Frances Grant), a dance hall girl secretly in love with him. Kal is preparing to take Leavit before the miner's court when Steve returns to tell how he had been attacked while on the way to register the claim, but before he can be called as a witness, Steve is killed by Leavitt. Kal warns Leavitt and his henchman Cliff Borden (William Bailey) to leave town. Leavitt kills Borden, and flees town with Kal in pursuit. They are engaged in a battle on Thunder Mountain when there is a rumble and a landslide.
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1934
The Dude Ranger
MovieSep 21, 1934

The Dude Ranger

An Easterner inherits a cattle ranch, only to discover that …
An Easterner inherits a cattle ranch, only to discover that thousands of cattle have been stolen. He secretly signs on as a hired hand at his own ranch to discover who's stealing them.
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1926
Rustling for Cupid
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MovieApr 11, 1926

Rustling for Cupid

Rustling for Cupid released.
The Johnstown Flood
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MovieFeb 28, 1926

The Johnstown Flood

Johnstown Flood tells a true story of heartbreak, …
Johnstown Flood tells a true story of heartbreak, heroism and the courage to survive. On a stormy day in May of 1889, the South Fork Dam explodes, unleashing a 40-foot wall of water. Fiercely thrashing at frightening speeds, the flood devastates the 14-mile valley between the Conemaugh Lake and Johnstown, Pennsylvania under the force of a 20-million-ton tidal wave. Johnstown Flood depicts this tragic event which claims more than 2,200 lives and wipes out 99 entire families and is still considered to be one of the worst disasters in American history. Horrified survivors watch as the bustling industrial city of Johnstown is instantly reduced into a wasteland. The deadly torrent overcomes terror-stricken townspeople who are tragically lost in the flood. As the waters recede, people from all over the world rally around the survivors to help victims regain all that is lost. Features Include: Historian's commentary by Richard Burkert, Executive Director, Johnstown Area Heritage Association, "The Johnstown Flood," a piano illustration (1889) by Alberto Rivieri, performed on the Steinway in 2003 by Patricia Prattis Jennings, Trailers for other Inecom historical productions, Separate on-camera interview with Richard Burkert.
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1924
The Deadwood Coach
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MovieDec 7, 1924

The Deadwood Coach

The Deadwood Coach is a 1924 American Western film …
The Deadwood Coach is a 1924 American Western film written and directed by Lynn Reynolds. It is based on the 1908 novel The Orphan by Clarence E. Mulford. The film stars Tom Mix, George Bancroft, Doris May, Lucien Littlefield, Frank Coffyn and Jane Keckley. The film was released on December 7, 1924, by Fox Film Corporation.
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The Ridin' Kid from Powder River
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MovieNov 30, 1924

The Ridin' Kid from Powder River

The Ridin' Kid from …
The Ridin' Kid from Powder River is a 1924 silent film western directed by Edward Sedgwick and starring Hoot Gibson. It was based on a novel by Henry Herbert Knibbs and produced and distributed by Universal Pictures.
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1923
Eyes of the Forest
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MovieDec 30, 1923

Eyes of the Forest

Eyes of the Forest is a 1923 American Western film …
Eyes of the Forest is a 1923 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by LeRoy Stone. The film stars Tom Mix, Pauline Starke, Sid Jordan, Buster Gardner, J. P. Lockney and Thomas G. Lingham. The film was released on December 30, 1923, by Fox Film Corporation.
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Men in the Raw
MovieOct 16, 1923

Men in the Raw

"Windy" Watkins is fond of spinning wild stories of his …
"Windy" Watkins is fond of spinning wild stories of his daring exploits, to his fellow cowhands, while around the campfire at night but is given the chance to prove he is more than talk when Bill Spray and his henchmen set their sights on a gold claim belonging to the father of his sweetheart, Eunice Hollis.
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1922
The Boss of Camp Four
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MovieNov 26, 1922

The Boss of Camp Four

The Boss of Camp Four released.
Bells of San Juan
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MovieOct 15, 1922

Bells of San Juan

Bells of San Juan is a 1922 American Pre-Code …
Bells of San Juan is a 1922 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Scott Dunlap and starring Buck Jones. It was based on the Jackson Gregory novel The Bells of San Juan. It was the first of five films where Claude Peyton was cast alongside Jones.
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Trooper O'Neill
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MovieJul 16, 1922

Trooper O'Neill

Northwest Mounted Trooper O'Neill (Buck Jones) is …
Northwest Mounted Trooper O'Neill (Buck Jones) is sent to bring in the killer of Jacob Dell. He goes to Skatehewan country posing as a trapper, and meets and falls in love with Marie (Beatrice Burnham). O'Neill has reason to believe that either her brother Paul (Jack Rollins) or Pierre (Francis McDonald, a suitor of Marie's sister Celeste, who died because Dell refused to marry her, killed Dell for revenge.
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For Big Stakes
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MovieJun 18, 1922

For Big Stakes

For Big Stakes is a 1922 American silent western …
For Big Stakes is a 1922 American silent western film directed by Lynn Reynolds and starring Tom Mix. It was produced by and distributed by Fox Film Corporation.
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Up and Going
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MovieApr 2, 1922

Up and Going

Up and Going released.
Chasing the Moon
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MovieFeb 26, 1922

Chasing the Moon

Chasing the Moon is a lost 1922 American silent drama film …
Chasing the Moon is a lost 1922 American silent drama film directed by Edward Sedgwick and starring Tom Mix. It was produced and released by the Fox Film Corporation.
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Sky High
MovieJan 15, 1922

Sky High

A government agent investigates a ring that is smuggling …
A government agent investigates a ring that is smuggling Chinese aliens across the border from Mexico. His investigation takes him to the Grand Canyon. He finds a dazed girl wandering around who has become separated from her companions and is lost. He and the girl are soon found by her companions - the smuggling ring!
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1921
Trailin'
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MovieDec 11, 1921

Trailin'

A Tom Mix classic! Tom is a devil-may-care aristocrat …
A Tom Mix classic! Tom is a devil-may-care aristocrat whose father has mysteriously concealed all info about his deceased mother. One day, an old man shows up and shoots Tom's father dead! The only clue Tom has is a picture of a far-away ranch in Idaho that was hidden away for years in a secret locked room in their mansion.
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The Rough Diamond
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MovieOct 30, 1921

The Rough Diamond

The Rough Diamond released.
The Night Horsemen
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MovieSep 1, 1921

The Night Horsemen

The Night Horsemen is a surviving 1921 American …
The Night Horsemen is a surviving 1921 American silent western film directed by Lynn Reynolds and starring Tom Mix. It was produced by William Fox and released by Fox Film Corporation. It was advertised as a sequel to the film The Untamed (1920), but the only actor reprising their role was Mix.
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Hands Off!
MovieApr 3, 1921

Hands Off!

Upon riding into a border town, Tex Roberts soon rescues …
Upon riding into a border town, Tex Roberts soon rescues lovely Ramona Wadley from the unwanted attentions of Pete Dinsmore, leader of a gang of rustlers, and later plucks her sister in time from a stampede, he is then awarded a job on the Wadley ranch. When the owner sends his son, Ford, who is in alliance with Dinsmore, to collect money, a fake holdup is staged and Ford is killed. Tex is arrested but clears his name and fights to a showdown with Pete and the gang.
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1920
Prairie Trails
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MovieDec 26, 1920

Prairie Trails

Prairie Trails is a lost 1920 American silent western …
Prairie Trails is a lost 1920 American silent western comedy film directed by George Marshall and starring Tom Mix.
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The Texan
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MovieOct 1, 1920

The Texan

The Texan is a 1920 American silent western film directed …
The Texan is a 1920 American silent western film directed by Lynn Reynolds and starring Tom Mix. It was produced and released by the Fox Film Company. The story was filmed again in 1930 by Paramount as The Texan with Gary Cooper.
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The Untamed
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MovieAug 29, 1920

The Untamed

The Untamed is a 1920 American silent western …
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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3 Gold Coins
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MovieJul 4, 1920

3 Gold Coins

3 Gold Coins is a lost 1920 silent film western directed by …
3 Gold Coins is a lost 1920 silent film western directed by Clifford Smith and starring Tom Mix. It was produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation.
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1919
The Feud
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MovieDec 7, 1919

The Feud

The Feud is a lost 1919 American silent drama film …
The Feud is a lost 1919 American silent drama film directed by Edward LeSaint and starring Tom Mix. It was produced and distributed by the Fox Film Corporation.
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Rough-Riding Romance
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MovieAug 24, 1919

Rough-Riding Romance

Rough Riding Romance is a lost 1919 American silent …
Rough Riding Romance is a lost 1919 American silent western film directed by Arthur Rosson and starring cowboy Tom Mix. It was produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation.
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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 …
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 …
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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1917
Tom and Jerry
MovieSep 3, 1917

Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry released.
Six Cylinder Love
MovieJun 11, 1917

Six Cylinder Love

Six Cylinder Love released.
The Saddle Girth
MovieFeb 17, 1917

The Saddle Girth

In Arizona when the rodeo is held, the boys of the …
In Arizona when the rodeo is held, the boys of the Diamond S Ranch capture the majority of awards in almost all the feats of skill peculiar to the western plains. Particularly does Tom, a cowpuncher of the Diamond S Ranch, prove his skill in riding and roping, an added incentive, perhaps, being the fact that Mary Johnson is an eye-witness. Jim Owens is a rival for the love of Mary, and is also a cowpuncher without principle. He is consumed with jealousy when he sees Tom capture prize after prize, and he resolves that any means are worthy to put a stop to Tom's triumphs. He secretly severs the girth of Tom's saddle, and when the cowpuncher is performing a dare-devil feat of horsemanship, the saddle breaks and he is flung to earth and rendered unconscious. The cause of the accident is discovered and a search is made for the guilty one. Mary suspicions Jim, and Tom's accident finally causes her to make up her mind between the two men, and she promises Tom to be his wife.
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The Luck That Jealousy Brought
MovieJan 27, 1917

The Luck That Jealousy Brought

John Dent has worked …
John Dent has worked hard at mining with poor results. A mining company has learned there is a rich lode on Dent's claim. Carey, a dudish bookkeeper, employed by the mining company, flirts with Rose, daughter of Dent, in an endeavor to have Rose induce her father to sell his claim to the mining company. Carey offers Dent a thousand dollars for the claim. Carey's attentiveness to the girl, arouses the jealousy of Joe Barr, a young miner, who long has loved Rose. Joe Barr, consumed with jealousy, has followed Carey and Rose, and in so doing, discovers a pocket of gold on Dent's claim, and in his honest way, tells Dent of the good fortune. Rose then appreciates that Carey has been attentive to her only from ulterior motives, while Joe Barr has proven his honesty and love. The girl refuses Carey's further advances, and tells Joe that she never loved anyone else but him.
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1916
The Golden Thought
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MovieDec 25, 1916

The Golden Thought

Tom Daton, deputy marshal, is ordered to Chico County to …
Tom Daton, deputy marshal, is ordered to Chico County to keep an eye upon a number of desperate characters reported to have been terrorizing that vicinity. Bess Jackson, a beautiful young woman, acts as faro bank dealer in an adjacent county, and when Tom arrives there he is much attracted by her beauty. Gene Hammond, a wealthy mining man, bids his wife farewell and goes to Chico County to develop a claim. There Doc Breede, leader of a gang of desperadoes, resents the appearance of the deputy marshal on the scene, and plans with his gang to make away with Tom. He plots with confederates that they shoot through a window and kill the deputy marshal making it appear that Hammond did the shooting. The shots are fired, but just at that instant, Tom unconsciously withdraws from range, and it is one of Doc Breede's pals who is struck by the bullet. Hammond is arrested by the sheriff and charged with doing the shooting. His revolver, which bad been tampered with, is placed in evidence. Hammond's wife, hearing of his Incarceration, rushes to his aid. Tom, the deputy marshal, believing in Hammond's innocence resolves to force a confession from Doc Breede. He does so, and after an exciting battle with the desperadoes, members of the gang are rounded up. As a reward for breaking up the plot, Tom claims Bess Jackson as his bride.
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Twisted Trails
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MovieDec 11, 1916

Twisted Trails

Luke Fisher, a rascally sheriff, and Brad Foster, his …
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 Sheriff's Blunder
MovieNov 20, 1916

The Sheriff's Blunder

The Sheriff's Blunder released.
When Cupid Slipped
MovieNov 11, 1916

When Cupid Slipped

When Cupid Slipped released.
A Mistake in Rustlers
MovieOct 14, 1916

A Mistake in Rustlers

A Mistake in Rustlers released.
The Raiders
MovieSep 30, 1916

The Raiders

The Raiders released.
The Taming of Grouchy Bill
MovieSep 9, 1916

The Taming of Grouchy Bill

Tom Merrill, a …
Tom Merrill, a cowpuncher, and his pals, after seeing "Grouchy" Bill upbraid his wife, decide upon a plan to tame Bill. Tom takes Mary, Bill's wife, into his confidence, tor the purpose to pose as Bill's mother-in-law. Bill is grouchy from the moment the mother-in-law arrives. When he refuses to carry the grip and follow the orders of mother-in-law, he is overpowered by the muscular woman, and made to obey her will. Bill goes to the cowboys, and asks them to saddle up the worst bucking horse on the ranch, and he will take his mother-in-law for a ride. Tom, in the role of mother-in-law, rides the horse with ease, and Bill finally comes to understand that his supposed mother-in-law is really Tom Merrill, cowpuncher, and he is thoroughly tamed.
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A Bear of a Story
MovieAug 19, 1916

A Bear of a Story

A Bear of a Story released.
A Western Masquerade
MovieAug 12, 1916

A Western Masquerade

A Western Masquerade released.
Shooting Up the Movies
MovieJul 22, 1916

Shooting Up the Movies

Tom Travis, a bad man, …
Tom Travis, a bad man, comes to New Mexico. He sees Vicky, the sheriff's daughter, playing a part for a motion picture company. The action calls for Vicky to be overcome by the villain and thrown on a horse. Tom, not understanding the action, blazes away at the villain, and the bullet passes through the actor's hat, chasing the horse upon which Vicky is riding. Tom, coming up with Vicky, believes he has saved her. The director and Vicky's father think Tom a great actor. The sheriff, however, discovers that Tom has the reputation of a "bad" man, and orders him to stay away. Tom, of course, ignores this admonition, and spends his time making love to Vicky. The sheriff again orders Tom away, and in a rage, Tom proceeds to shoot up part of the town known as Hell's Half Acre. A posse and the sheriff pursue Tom, but on second thought the sheriff decides to make Tom a deputy, because of his good work in clearing up the neighborhood. Tom and Vicky again meet and refuse to renounce their love for one another. Then it is that father decides that he must make the best of the love match, and permits the couple to plight their troth.
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The Sheriff's Duty
MovieMay 13, 1916

The Sheriff's Duty

The Sheriff's Duty released.
Along the Border
MovieApr 8, 1916

Along the Border

Along the Border released.
1915
A Lucky Deal
MovieAug 21, 1915

A Lucky Deal

Joe and Doc, partners in a mining town, are both in …
Joe and Doc, partners in a mining town, are both in love with Hazel, daughter of the town storekeeper. Doc, believing he has no opportunity to win Hazel, sells his half in the claim to Joe for $200. Joe leaves town to work the claim farther and rides a valuable horse he owns. Rustler Jack follows Joe to the claim with the object of stealing his horse. The horse paws over the ground and knocks over some rocks, revealing some rich ore. Joe discovers this, ties up his horse and starts to dig for the gold. Hazel appears and Joe tells her of his good luck. Rustler Jack approaches and steals Joe's horse. Doc, riding along spies Rustler Jack on Joe's horse, and finally captures the rustler. The rustler, however, overcomes Doc. In the meantime Hazel has notified the sheriff of the stealing of Joe's horse, and a posse is formed, but Joe appears in time to overcome the rustler. The rustler is then taken away by the sheriff, while Doc places Hazel's hand in Joe's and then slowly rides away.
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The Child, the Dog and the Villain
MovieJul 27, 1915

The Child, the Dog and the Villain

The Child, the Dog and the Villain released.
With the Aid of the Law
MovieJun 22, 1915

With the Aid of the Law

Lee Russell, a young …
Lee Russell, a young business man, leaves the city for a vacation sojourn in the mountains. Jeff Smith and Joe Butler run a moonshine still in the mountains and Jeff is in love with Butler's daughter, Rose, but the love is not returned. Lee Russell, seen near the still by Jeff and Butler, is shot by Jeff and wounded. Under Rose's care Lee fully recovers from his wound, and learns to love Rose. Jeff sees Lee kiss Rose, and in a rage tries to shoot him, but Rose knocks the gun aside, and the men start fighting. Revenue officers, who have a warrant for Jeff's arrest, hear the noise of the fight, rush in and capture Jeff.
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Getting a Start in Life
MovieApr 6, 1915

Getting a Start in Life

Getting a Start in Life released.
1914
A Ticket to Happiness
MovieMay 19, 1914

A Ticket to Happiness

Lowell Robinson's …
Lowell Robinson's besetting sin is selfish ingratitude. He leaves Katherine Dexter in the east, telling her that he will send for her as soon as he can make a home in the west. He secures employment on the ranch of Olaf Olson, and, becoming impatient over the slow accumulation of wages, tries to accelerate financial accumulation by stealing cattle. He is arrested, but the big-hearted Swede intercedes and secures his release on probation. Robinson now concocts to work his generous friend for the girl's passage money west. He convinces Olson that the latter should marry, and available women are scarce in that locality, and he exhibits a picture of Katherine, representing that she is only an acquaintance in the east, who might be induced to come west and marry the right man. Honest Olson falls in with the idea and advances a considerable sum of money for this purpose. The correspondence leading up to this event is personally conducted by Robinson, as the Swede cannot write English. Olson, however, finally suspicious of the treachery of Robinson, locks him up in the ranch house, and himself goes to meet the girl. Her ignorance of the whole matter, as originally laid out by Robinson, confirms his doubts. He speaks of it to his sympathizers and the news flies around the little settlement like wildfire, so that a committee is organized to remonstrate with Robinson, to see that there is fair play. He, in the interim, has escaped, but the committee capture him, conduct him to Olson and the girl, where the facts are laid before Katherine, who is given the privilege of deciding between the two men. She soon decides in favor of the Swede. Robinson bows his head in defeat, leaves the place forever, so that Katherine effects a "transfer" and gets her "ticket to happiness" by a fortunate accident.
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1913
The Child of the Prairies
MovieNov 13, 1913

The Child of the Prairies

Fred Watson and his wife, …
Fred Watson and his wife, Alice, attend a dance given on a neighboring ranch. The exertion of the dance is so thirstful that Watson goes out with a friend and irrigates for fair. During his absence, Dillon, a gambler, smooth as the cards he deals, engages Alice in conversation and invites her for a stroll. They meet Watson returning, and be remonstrates with her in bitterness and at length. A few days later Dillon visits the Watson ranch and persuades Alice to promise to elope with him. Shortly thereafter he encounters Watson, and both unlimber artillery, and the unfortunate ranchman goes down. The gambler, thinking he has killed the husband, hurries back to the ranch and persuades Alice to leave with him at once. She insists upon taking her little girl, a child of two, with them. While they are making camp the baby wanders off in the brush and is lost. They make a futile search and then Dillon, who is now in dread of pursuit, forces the unfortunate mother to go on with him down the now-broken trail of life. Two ranchmen, the brothers Jordan, hunting stray cattle, find the little one, and after fruitless inquiries adopt it as their own. Fifteen years later, Watson, who escaped death, heartsore and weary after a long, fruitless hunt for his own, happens to hit that range and rescues a young lady at the risk of his life by snatching her from the back of a runaway horse. He is given employment at the ranch of her foster parents. Through some strange whirligig of fate Dillon, who has given up gambling for horse thieving, comes into that corral, and Watson is suspicious of him, but is not sure. He compels Dillon to shave, and this discloses a tell-tale scar that makes his identification complete. The latter unworthy then tells how he abandoned Alice, who died years ago, and that the child was his. The Jordans, hearing this, by comparing dates and localities, restore their ward to Watson's arms as his daughter. As for Dillon, the all-around bad man, he gets his a-plenty.
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1889
Sid Jordan
BirthAugust 1889

Sid Jordan

Sid Jordan was born.
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