The Ranchero's Revenge (1913)

  |  Western, Short


The heartless woman with her partner answered the ranchero's call for a wife. Then the adventuress soon discovered she was not as heartless as she at first imagined. She learned to love and... See full summary »

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15 September 2017 | deickemeyer
It fails now and then to hit the bulls-eye squarely
An ordinary story, very fairly acted, but not perfectly photographed. Lionel Barrymore plays a ranchero who advertises for a wife. Claire McDowell and Harry Carey play a pair of crooks who scheme to get his money. The woman goes West, marries the man and while she is planning to rob her husband, begins to fall in love with him. The other man comes out to demand that she keep her bargain with him and it is made to look as though he were going to make trouble. All he wants is the cash in the safe which he makes the woman open for him. There is a struggle scene and then a chase scene with the husband coming in at the climax to save both the woman and the money. It fails now and then to hit the bulls-eye squarely; but it makes an interesting offering, speedy and exciting. - The Moving Picture World, June 14, 1913

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Western | Short

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Release Date:

2 June 1913

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

California, USA

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