Best Western Movies of 1912



5.6/10 IMDB

The orphan Dora is courted by two different gold miners.

Starring: Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Lionel Barrymore, Harry Carey, Charles Hill Mailes ..
Directed by: D. W. Griffith
Release date: 1912-09-22

Algie, the Miner

5.6/10 IMDB

When Algie Allmore asks to marry Clarice, the young woman's father gives him one year to prove that he's a man.

Starring: Billy Quirk, Mary Foy ..
Directed by: Edward Warren, Harry Schenck, Alice Guy-Blaché
Release date: 1912-02-28
Best Western Movies of 1912 : A Life for a Kiss

A Life for a Kiss

5.6/10 IMDB

Jim Richeson was a haunted man, but he smiled carelessly as he handled the sign offering a reward for his capture, dead or alive. He smiled again as he wheeled his horse and galloped off down the road, waving a satirical adieu to the posse. A pretty mountain girl with pail in hand, stood at the pump when Jim rode up. He took the pail from her, drank deeply, and then, as an afterthought, seized her and kissed her heartily. Then he leisurely mounted his horse and galloped off. Furious at the insult, the girl rushed for a gun, only to meet her lover, just as he rounded the bunkhouse. That person at once flew into a passion and gave hot chase to the vanishing bandit, vowing to have his life. Meanwhile, the girl, at the head of a posse, followed less swiftly. A royal battle took place in the mountains. Dick and Jim, sheltered behind the great rocks, tried every expedient known to the West in an effort to kill each other.

Starring: J. Warren Kerrigan, Pauline Bush, Jack Richardson ..
Directed by: Allan Dwan
Release date: 1912-08-01
Best Western Movies of 1912 : Iola's Promise

Iola's Promise

5.4/10 IMDB

Iola, the little Indian girl, is held captive by a gang of cutthroats but is soon rescued by Jack Harper, a prospector. She is truly grateful to Jack, and regards him as something different from other white people. Jack's sweetheart and her father are travellers in a wagon-train headed for this place, and, not having much luck so far, he is somewhat gloomy. Iola learns the reason, and promises to help him find gold. "Will you?" he says, "Yes." "Cross your heart?" This cross-your-heart action mystifies Iola. She thinks it is a sort of tribe insignia and tells her people that "Crossheart" people are all right. Iola surely pays her debt of gratitude, not only in finding gold, but in giving her life to protect Jack's sweetheart from her own people.

Starring: Mary Pickford, Alfred Paget, Frank Evans, Dorothy Bernard, Frank Opperman, Kate Toncray, Charles Hill Mailes ..
Directed by: D. W. Griffith
Release date: 1912-03-14
Best Western Movies of 1912 : A Temporary Truce

A Temporary Truce

5.3/10 IMDB

A Mexican is thrown out of a bar by a young prospector and swears to get even. Later he kidnaps the prospector's wife. In the meantime a group of drunkards shoot and kill an old Indian man. His son (Robert Harron) vows revenge and asks the tribal chief for help. The chief, however, knows better and tells him that revenge is useless. Robert Harron disobeys and mobilizes all young warriors for battle. The plot thickens. The prospector and the Mexican, who holds his wife captive, start shooting each other. However, when the Indians attack, these two make a temporary truce and join forces against the common enemy.

Starring: Charles Hill Mailes, Claire McDowell, Blanche Sweet, W. Chrystie Miller, Robert Harron, Mae Marsh, Alfred Paget, Jack Pickford ..
Directed by: D. W. Griffith
Release date: 1912-06-10

The Prospector

3.8/10 IMDB

The Prospector, filmed six months after Anderson’s unit settled in Niles and released that December, follows a familiar storyline in which the Westerner, though unschooled in human wiles, thwarts his foe and creates a new community. On his way to file a claim, a lone prospector (Fred Church) stops overnight with a settler (Arthur Mackley) and his family. The miner little suspects that his host plots to steal the gold. But the settler’s daughter overhears the plan and warns the visitor just in time. The couple escapes with the woman’s younger sister. In store-bought finery suggesting new wealth, they return to the scene of the attempted crime and make peace with the settler. “We’ll work the mine together,” promises the prospector.

Starring: Fred Church, Arthur Mackley, Evelyn Selbie, Audrey Hanna ..
Directed by: Arthur Mackley
Release date: 1912-12-12

The Loafer

0.0/10 IMDB

The forceful reformation of a lazy scrounger.

Starring: Arthur Mackley, Julia Mackley, Marguerite Todd, Harry Todd, Margaret Joslin, Brinsley Shaw, Kite Robinson, Augustus Carney, Victor Potel ..
Directed by: Arthur Mackley
Release date: 1912-01-20

The Smuggler

0.0/10 IMDB

The story revolves around a smuggler (René Navarre) who rescues a young lady trapped in the canyon. Some rock-climbing shots at the beginning of the film.

Starring: René Navarre ..
Directed by: Georges-André Lacroix
Release date: 1912-01-01

Frozen on Love's Trail

0.0/10 IMDB

A white girl, living with her father at the barracks near an Indian reservation, is very kind to a half-breed Indian. He falls in love with her but she does not encourage him. However, she one day is about to accept a trinket from him, when one of the soldiers, who is also in love with her, intimates something that does not sound nice to a good girl's ears.

Starring: Budd Buster ..
Directed by: Alice Guy-Blaché
Release date: 1912-01-28

The Bandit of Point Loma

0.0/10 IMDB

A hunted bandit cleverly outwits the sheriff after a thrilling chase over rocks and sandhills. Reaching the Point Loma Lighthouse, he introduces himself as a revenue man to the lighthouse keeper and his daughter.

Starring: J. Warren Kerrigan ..
Directed by: Allan Dwan
Release date: 1912-08-21

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