Two Western Paths (1913)

Short, Western

John Lynch, sheriff of Lone Pine, Montana, falls in love with La Tunita, a dancing girl. The following morning, while on his way to work, Lynch discovers La Tunita beside the railroad ... See full summary »

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4 September 2017 | deickemeyer
Quite sufficient to make tragedy enough
A middle-aged westerner falls in love with a vaudeville singer and. after an incident that makes it seem natural, marries her. She loves him, but the old life calls and she can't stand the lonely cabin, so she leaves him. This is quite sufficient to make tragedy enough for one little household and it is enough to make a very acceptable picture of human life. Arthur Mackley and his company produced it. It is well acted, clearly photographed and has distinct charm. An offering that will be liked. - The Moving Picture World, May 24, 1913

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