The Sheriff's Baby (1913)

  |  Western, Short


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Three outlaws, pursued by the posse, are crossing the desert when a child's cry halts them. Near a deserted wagon they see a mountain lion about to devour a baby, whose late guardians lie ... See full summary »



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26 August 2017 | deickemeyer
A good picture of the desert
All kinds of Wild West melodrama will be found in this picture, Indians, wild animals, outlaws and the thirst of the desert all conspire, so to speak, to rob the baby of his short life; but fate wills otherwise. It gives a good picture of the desert and has speedy action. In places it is a bit awkward from slow turning on the part of the camera man. Those half-instant scenes, in which we catch a glimpse of quivering fingers and waving arms, but see nothing else, are not very effective. - The Moving Picture World, April 12, 1913

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