The Final Verdict (1914)

King rides into a western saloon and recognizes Burns at the bar. He covers the crowd with his gun, shoots Burns and makes his getaway. At his rendezvous, King finds himself out of tobacco ... See full summary »

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John B. O'Brien (as Jack O'Brien)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Raoul Walsh ... King (as R.A. Walsh)
Joseph Singleton ... Burns
Francelia Billington ... Mary
Eagle Eye Eagle Eye ... Eagle Eye
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King rides into a western saloon and recognizes Burns at the bar. He covers the crowd with his gun, shoots Burns and makes his getaway. At his rendezvous, King finds himself out of tobacco and sends his companion, Eagle Eye, back to town to buy some. Eagle Eye discovers a reward for King outside the saloon, and the Indian leaving to return, brings the sign with him. King at the rendezvous takes the sign from Eagle Eye, destroys it, but Eagle Eye shows he is afraid of being caught with King and leaves, after being warned by King not to squeal. Taking a job on a ranch, Eagle Eye meets the daughter through a little accident to a pall she is carrying, which he fixes for her; he is infatuated. King stops at the ranch house for a drink and sees Eagle Eye attack the daughter in another part of the place. King, going to rescue, beats up Eagle Eye and sends him off. To revenge himself, Eagle Eye turns informer and directs the sheriff to King's position. King sees them near the cliff and the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 September 1914 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

La sentenza finale See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quite a novel effect
18 February 2019 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A two-reel western offering, dealing with the early days of the west when lynch law reigned. Joe is first seen committing a cold-blooded murder in a saloon. Later he commits a series of good and bad acts, the motives being so intermingled that the observer is puzzled. It is not till he is urged to tell his story when the cowboys are about to hang him that a reason for the shooting is given. The story goes a long way to justify the crime. This is finely photographed. The story itself is of a familiar type, but has been constructed in a way that gives it quite a novel effect. It makes a fairly strong offering. - The Moving Picture World, September 26, 1914


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