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  • This picture opens with a wide view over a pretty Western valley. Excellent artistic scenes very well photographed, is one of the qualities the spectator will at once notice. Their high quality holds throughout the film. It is a well acted love story, in which Miss Pauline Bush is the girl and Mr. Kerrigan, as a "college mountaineer," is her choice. Mr. Richardson, as an English lordling, is her father's choice. The girl's brother, a new player who will please, helps out the love match. It is brought about by the old "hold-up" that scares the dude and makes the mountaineer seem a "hero." The picture stands by its lovely scenes rather than by its story; but it is sure to please. - The Moving Picture World, June 8, 1912