Rounding Up the Law (1922)
Produced, directed and photographed by Charles R. Seeling, Rounding Up the Law remains one of four extant Westerns from Guinn "Big Boy" Williams' silent starring career. The future sidekick/supporting player is Larry Connell, a drifter who wins a ranch in a poker game against "Branch" Doughty (J. Russell Gordon), a gambler turned quarantine inspector for the Cattlemen's Association. With assistance from crooked Sheriff "Bull" Weyman (Chet Ryan), Doughty "persuades" weak Judge Hyland (William McCall)) to have Larry declared bankrupt. When Weyman sells Larry's cattle, our once law-abiding citizen, takes matters into his own hands, eventually saving the judge's pretty daughter Doris Patricia Palmer) from the evil Doughty. … More
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