Across the Plains (1928)
A hardened cowpoke vows to amend his ways if he survives a battle royal with the town's corrupt gambling boss. He does, naturally, and wins not only sobriety but also the local schoolmarm. Across the Plains was yet another of one-legged producer Robert J. Horner's parsimonious silent westerns, regular occupants of rural movie theaters. Horner had hired former Universal ace Ted Wells for this series but thought the young star needed a catchier moniker. Thus, Wells appeared as Pawnee Bill, Jr. in this and several other Horner oaters. There was another name change in the cast: Boris Bullock, the Russian-born actor here playing sidekick Walla Walla Slim, had starred for Horner previously as Kit Carson. … More
as Jim Blake
as Helen Williams
as Sally Howard
as Joe Stewart
as Walla Walla Slim
as Chuck Lang
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