Cheyenne Harry's bride, his father and his mother, on the day of his wedding are killed on the steps of the church by his enemies. A year later, Harry returns to Mesquite to avenge the deaths of his loved ones. He kills the guilty persons one by one until he gets to Gale Thurman. Harry rescues Thurman's bride-to-be from a stagecoach holdup and cares for her in a cave he has made into his home. Harry and Thurman are obliged to unite together to fight off the Apaches of the desert, and during the battle, Thurman declares his innocence in the wedding day massacre. Both men are wounded, and Thurman dies despite Harry's valiant attempts to save him. Harry then finds happiness with Thurman's fiancée.
He wasn't a shooting man, but seven men robbed him of his family and his girl, so he started out to get them all- one man against seven. Did Harry get them? Or did a woman halt him? (Print Ad- Bismarck Daily Tribune, ((Bismarck ND)) 14 February 1920)
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Scenario was by Eugene B. Lewis, from a screen story by Harry Carey and Jack Ford (John Ford). See more