Starring Rex, Edna Murphy and Charles Parrott
June, 1924

Here is the most unusual picture. The hero is a wild horse - The Black. He is to horse actors what Strongheart is to dogs, and he runs away with the picture. The Black heads a bunch of mares somewhere in the mountains, and he fights The White to keep his leadership. This fight is unique. Also, it is intensely thrilling. Then comes a battle of wits between The Black and a man determined to capture him. The only objection to this is that the man wins, although his kindness somewhat mitigates the sorrow for the horse. The Black and the shots of the wild horses on the range are what make the picture very much worthwhile. One wonders how the cameraman was able to get these photographs, and "Photoplay" proposes to tell how it was done in the July issue.

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