$1,000 Reward (1913)

Short, Comedy, Western

Tom Fitzsimmons is discharged from the ranch where, as a cowboy, he has the nerve to propose to the ranch owner's daughter. Disheartened, Tom seeks what solace he can find in the nearby ... See full summary »


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8 November 2017 | deickemeyer
It is not what could be called a high-class story
There is a certain pleasing unexpected outcome to this cowboy romance. This assures interest in it, though it is not what could be called a high-class story; has little real humanity. The players had not much chance to shine, but do all that was required. The backgrounds, a mountain lake and nearby scenes, are interesting. Crane Wilbur and Betty Grey have the romantic leads. Charles Beurttt and Morris McGee have roles. The photography is clear enough for the story, but lacks artistic qualities. - The Moving Picture World, September 13, 1913

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Short | Comedy | Western


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27 August 1913



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