The Conquest of Man (1914)

Drama, Short, Western

Tom Frazier loses his position on account of his craving for liquor. Nora, his wife, pleads with Tex Eaton, the foreman of the ranch, to take her husband back. Frazier sees his wife leaving... See full summary »

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9 June 2018 | deickemeyer
The fire scene was exciting
Reina Valdez, True Boardman and Lee Willard appear in this Western number. The discharged employee becomes jealous of the foreman, who befriends his wife. The fire scene was exciting and unusually well staged. As a whole this is a strong story, convincingly acted and much better than the average Western release. - The Moving Picture World, March 21, 1914

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Drama | Short | Western


Release Date:

5 March 1914



Country of Origin


Filming Locations

Niles, California, USA

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