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Silver Spurs (1922)

Craig Hamilton, bored with Manhattan, travels to the small town of Saint Vincente. There he has a real western adventure involving the lovely Rosario del Camarillo and the greedy and violent Juan von Rolf who has stolen her ranch.

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Henry McCarty, James Leo Meehan (as Leo Meehan)
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Lester Cuneo Lester Cuneo ... Craig Hamilton
Lillian Ward Lillian Ward ... Rosario del Camarillo (as Lillian Warde)
Bert Sprotte Bert Sprotte ... Juan von Rolf
Zalla Zarana Zalla Zarana ... Carmencita (as Zala Zorana)
Clark Comstock Clark Comstock ... White Cloud
Evelyn Selbie ... Tehama
Lafe McKee ... Jerry Regan (as Lafayette McKee)
Phil Gastrock Phil Gastrock ... Padre Francisco
Dorris Willott Dorris Willott ... Nona von Rolf
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Craig Hamilton, bored with Manhattan, travels to the small town of Saint Vincente. There he has a real western adventure involving the lovely Rosario del Camarillo and the greedy and violent Juan von Rolf who has stolen her ranch.

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Men Fire From Ambush as Craig Rushes to Girl's Home in Monk's Garb. He Rescues Girl - At Bay in Terriffic Battle Villain is Hurled to His Death in Fight. (Print Ad- Newburgh Daily News, ((Newburgh, NY)) 25 April 1924)

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Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 May 1922 (USA) See more »

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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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An Eastern Westerner
28 February 2013 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

Lester Cuneo is a New York writer. Tired of his life, he rents a cottage by the sea in California and gets involved in local intrigue surrounding Bert Sprotte, his mustache, his stolen ranch and Lilian Ward, as well as the usual assortment of Old California tropes.

Cuneo started out in movies in comedies and after service during the First World War moved into action features -- a lot like early Doug Fairbanks but without the light touch. His career had begun to decline when this picture was made, despite some obvious money spent. The long-winded art titles of Ferdinand Earle are a trifle onerous. Still, Cuneo sits a horse well and the seaside shots are quite lovely. Although this silent western clearly has intentions well above the B grade, a decent B western is what the viewer gets.


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