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The best thrilling Western movie ever made!
Starring William S. Hart, silent western star. The villains aren't subtle, but many tried and true elements that are standard in westerns are present here. These elements were tried and found to be true in Hart pics. The romance between the cowboy and his girl has some sweet touches of comedy. The cowboy's buddy is a classic type. The racing horses, trio of musicians who briefly appear to "sing" the title song, and the triumph of good over evil are all satisfying in this well developed early example of a silent western.
See it with the prologue.
A grandious Western brilliant directed and it feels like you were real in the Wild West my Favourite Scenes are the Land Rush Scene, the Scene with the Giant Cattle Herd, when the Hero dunk the Villain underwater and when the Hero catch his Sidekick with the Lasso the Main Actor William S. Hart is a great Old Fashioned Hero
Fairly amusing film in that it seems to have no continuity whatsoever. Just an excuse to do Western stuff with a previously established character.