starring William S. Hart and Seena Owen
March, 1919

Bill Hart scores, and scores big, in this new play of his. The variety of emotions which play across Bill's countenance in this piece proves that Hart has a histrionic ability which will carry him to a zenith greater even than he has yet reached. The story is that of a Westerner who, enraged at a reform crowd in an Arizona town, invades New York. The scenes in New York, where he gets a job taking care of a millionaire's son who likes the bright lights of Broadway, are especially interesting because of a certain light comedy element that is worked in successfully. Seena Owen takes the part of the girl whom Bill wins in the end.

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