Desperate for money, a rancher decides to trap and sell wild horses, using barbed wire. The local Navajo tribe tries to persuade him not to do it.
A rare glimpse of the greatness of the silent western. This is one of the first filmings of the classic Zane Grey story and one of the best. A chance to see why Jack Holt was a major star of silent action movies. Noah Beery is at his most villainous. Highlighted with beautiful photography of horses running wild through canyons and wide open vistas.
94 Minutes with a music score by Louis McMahon
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Directed by George B. Seitz
Jack Holt .... Chane Weymer
Noah Beery .... Bud McPherson
Billie Dove .... Sue Melberne
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. ..Chess Weymer
George Magrill .... Bert Manerube
George Irving .... Lige Melberne
Edith Yorke .... Grandma Melberne
Bernard Siegel .... Toddy Nokin
Margaret Morris .... Sosie
Gary Cooper .... Cowboy