Best Western Movies of 1918


Out West

6.4/10 IMDB

The story involves Arbuckle coming to the western town of Mad Dog Gulch after being thrown off a train and chased by Indians. He teams up with gambler/saloon owner Bill Bullhum, in trying to keep the evil Wild Bill Hickup away from Salvation Army girl, Salvation Sue. Fatty and Buster have a series of adventures trying to beat St. John, until they discover his one weakness: his ticklishness.

Starring: Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Buster Keaton, Al St. John, Alice Lake, Joe Keaton, Ernie Morrison Sr. ..
Directed by: Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
Release date: 1918-01-20
Best Western Movies of 1918 : 'Blue Blazes' Rawden

'Blue Blazes' Rawden

5.9/10 IMDB

Rawden, a lumberjack in the North woods, fights with crooked dance hall owner 'Ladyfingers' Hilgard over the affections of Babette DuFresne. Hilgard is killed. When Hilgard's mother and younger brother arrive in the remote logging town, Rawden attempts to ease their suffering by creating the fiction that Hilgard had been a well-loved man who died naturally. But when young Eric Hilgard learns the truth of his brother's death, he comes gunning for Rawden.

Starring: William S. Hart, Maude George, Robert McKim, Gertrude Claire, Robert Gordon, Jack Hoxie ..
Directed by: William S. Hart
Release date: 1918-02-01
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Lady of the Dugout

The Lady of the Dugout

6.4/10 IMDB

Real life outlaw Al Jennings tells a "real" story about how he came to the aid of a woman who was abused by her alcoholic husband.

Starring: Al J. Jennings, Frank Jennings, Corinne Grant, Ben Alexander, Joseph Singleton, Carl Stockdale ..
Directed by: W.S. Van Dyke
Release date: 1918-09-01

Hell Bent

6.0/10 IMDB

A cowboy must save his girlfriend from captivity and then cross the desert on foot with a single waterhole on the way.

Starring: Harry Carey, Duke R. Lee, Neva Gerber, Vester Pegg, Joe Harris, Steve Clemente, Millard K. Wilson ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-07-05
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Squaw Man

The Squaw Man

5.2/10 IMDB

Framed for embezzlement, an English nobleman flees to America, eventually finding romance in Wyoming with a young Native-American. This is the 1918 remake of the 1913 original, the first feature length Hollywood film. It is considered to be a lost film with only one reel still extant.

Starring: Elliott Dexter, Ann Little, Katherine MacDonald, Theodore Roberts, Jack Holt, Thurston Hall, Tully Marshall, Herbert Standing, Edwin Stevens, Helen Dunbar ..
Directed by: Cecil B. DeMille
Release date: 1918-12-15
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Two-Gun Gussie

Two-Gun Gussie

5.6/10 IMDB

A mild-mannered young man has left home, and is now playing the piano in a bar in the west. The dangerous criminal Dagger-Tooth Dan enters the bar where the young man is playing. Soon afterwards, the local sheriff also arrives, with some letters that he has received. Dan notices the letters, and he switches the information in them to make the sheriff think that the piano player is the dangerous one.

Starring: Harold Lloyd, Harry 'Snub' Pollard, Bebe Daniels, William Blaisdell, Charles Stevenson ..
Directed by: Alfred J. Goulding
Release date: 1918-05-19
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Wild Women

Wild Women

4.4/10 IMDB

Cheyenne Harry (Carey) and his pals, bent on helping their friend Rawhide Jack, attend a rodeo with the intent to win the prize for roping steers and to hand the winnings over to Jack.

Starring: Harry Carey, Molly Malone, Martha Maddox, Vester Pegg, E. Van Beaver, Wilton Taylor, Ed Jones ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-02-25
Best Western Movies of 1918 : A Woman's Fool

A Woman's Fool

4.0/10 IMDB

Cowboy Lin McLean's restlessness takes him to Denver, where he becomes enamored of a waitress named Katie. Intending to marry her, Lin accompanies Katie back to the ranch, but a traveling rainmaker arrives in the little town, and Katie departs with him after revealing that he is her husband. Visiting Denver for Christmas, Lin adopts Katie's abandoned son Billy, and soon afterwards, the cowboy meets and falls in love with the new station agent, Jessamine "Jessie" Buckner. Lin and Jessie marry, and the little family is happy until Katie, determined to be rid of her neglectful husband and marry Lin instead, appears and drives Jessie away. Realizing that Lin does not love her, Katie poisons herself, and Jessie returns to Lin and Billy.

Starring: Harry Carey, Bette Schade, Molly Malone, Millard K. Wilson, Ed Jones, Vester Pegg, Roy Clark, William A. Carroll, Sam De Grasse ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-08-17
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Phantom Riders

The Phantom Riders

4.3/10 IMDB

Dave Bland, head of a band of cattle rustlers operating in Paradise Valley, is defied by Cheyenne Harry who has driven his heard into the valley to graze. Bland calls his phantom riders together, routes Harry's cattle, and then seeks their owner intent on taking his life.

Starring: Harry Carey, Molly Malone, Buck Connors, Vester Pegg, William Steele, Jim Corey ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-01-28
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Thieves' Gold

Thieves' Gold

4.1/10 IMDB

Cheyenne Harry tries to help his outlaw friend Padden evade arrest after Padden has drunkenly shot another man. In the end, the two mismatched friends fight it out, leaving Padden dead. In a romantic subplot, Harry's fiancée Alice leaves him, but finally returns.

Starring: Harry Carey, Molly Malone, L.M. Wells, Helen Ware, Vester Pegg, John Cook, Harry Tenbrook, Martha Maddox, Millard K. Wilson ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-03-18
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Gun Woman

The Gun Woman

7.5/10 IMDB

A saloon owner loans her lover the money to buy a house, which he has led her to believe they will live in after they're married. Instead, he takes the money and buys a saloon in another town.

Starring: Texas Guinan, Ed Brady, Francis McDonald, Walter Perkins ..
Directed by: Frank Borzage
Release date: 1918-01-27
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Scarlet Drop

The Scarlet Drop

3.9/10 IMDB

"Kaintuck" Ridge (Carey), refused admission to the local militia to fight on the side of Union in the American Civil War, joins a gang of marauders and at the end of the conflict finds himself a fugitive with a price on his head.

Starring: Harry Carey, Molly Malone, Vester Pegg, Millard K. Wilson, Betty Schade, Martha Maddox, Steve Clemente ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-04-22
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Riddle Gawne

Riddle Gawne

7.0/10 IMDB

When Gawne finds his brother dying and hears that the killer has run off with his brother's wife, he swears revenge.

Starring: William S. Hart, Katherine MacDonald, Lon Chaney, Gretchen Lederer, Gertrude Short, Edwin B. Tilton, Milton Ross, George Field, Leon De La Mothe, Mary Jane Irving ..
Directed by: Lambert Hillyer, William S. Hart
Release date: 1918-08-03
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Branding Broadway

Branding Broadway

6.6/10 IMDB

Drunk and disorderly cowpoke Robert Sands is banished from an Arizona frontier town and hops on a freight train heading for New York. Arriving in Manhattan, the rough-and-tumble cowboy obtains a position as "physical guardian" to a spoiled member of the social register.

Starring: William S. Hart, Seena Owen, Arthur Shirley, Andrew Robson, Lew Short ..
Directed by: William S. Hart
Release date: 1918-12-15
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Shootin' Mad

Shootin' Mad

6.7/10 IMDB

A settler and his daughter are trying to homestead a plot of land. They are tricked out of the land by a crooked saloon owner, who then shoots the father and makes a play for the daughter. A local cowboy comes to her rescue.

Starring: Gilbert M. Anderson, Fred Church, Joy Lewis, Harry Todd, A.E. Witting, Paul Willis ..
Directed by: Jess Robbins
Release date: 1918-10-20
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Riders of the Purple Sage

Riders of the Purple Sage

5.4/10 IMDB

Lassiter quits the Texas Rangers and spends his life in pursuit of a group of Mormons who kidnapped his married sister. In a town on the Utah border, he meets the Withersteens and falls in love with their daughter, Jane. He also befriends Venters, and helps him track down some bandits who have been rustling the Withersteens' cattle.

Starring: William Farnum, William Scott, Marc B. Robbins, Murdock MacQuarrie, Mary Mersch, Kathryn Adams, Nancy Caswell, J. Holmes, Buck Jones, Jack Nelson ..
Directed by: Frank Lloyd
Release date: 1918-09-01
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Selfish Yates

Selfish Yates

5.2/10 IMDB

The story is set in Arizona, where the aptly nicknamed Yates is the proprietor of the local saloon. Unable to find any other work, pretty Mary Adams is forced to scrub floors in Yates' establishment. At first treating her with the same disdain that he extends to the rest of the townsfolk, Yates slowly but surely falls in love with Mary.

Starring: William S. Hart, Jane Novak, Bert Sprotte, Harry Dunkinson, Ernest Butterworth, Thelma Salter, Buck Jones ..
Directed by: William S. Hart
Release date: 1918-05-12
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Tiger Man

The Tiger Man

5.1/10 IMDB

Outlaw Hawk Parsons, notoriously successful in his pursuits, has been caught by the local sherif of a New Mexico town in the 1850s. The overly prideful sherif and his lawmen are outsmarted and Parsons escapes. In the desert, he falls in with a reverend, his wife, and their group of missionaries, who hope to establish a church. After coming under attack by a tribe of Native Americans, Parsons strikes a deal: in exchange for the safe keeping of the missionaries, he takes the reverend's wife for himself. Ultimately a parable of Christian values, the film's narrative establishes and overcomes obstacles that test the virtue of men in the American West.

Starring: William S. Hart, Jane Novak, Milton Ross, Robert Lawrence, Charles K. French, J.P. Lockney ..
Directed by: William S. Hart
Release date: 1918-04-30
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Goddess of Lost Lake

The Goddess of Lost Lake

0.0/10 IMDB

Mary Thorne is the quarter-breed daughter of prospector Marshall Thorne. She has just returned from college and when a pair of hunters, Mark Hamilton and Chester Martin, come along, she decides it would be fun to dress in native garb and fool them. Both men find themselves attracted to her, even though Indians were taboo for whites in the racist days of the 1910s.

Starring: Louise Glaum, Lawson Butt, Hayward Mack, Joseph J. Dowling, Frank Lanning, Monte Blue ..
Directed by: Wallace Worsley
Release date: 1918-10-14
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Border Wireless

The Border Wireless

0.0/10 IMDB

Cowhand Steve Ransom discovers that German spies are operating along Mexican border, relaying their radio messages into Mexico and thus on to Germany. The spies learn that Steve is a fugitive from American justice.

Starring: William S. Hart, Wanda Hawley, Charles Arling, Erich von Ritzau, Bert Sprotte, Marcia Manon ..
Directed by: William S. Hart
Release date: 1918-10-06
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Headin' South

Headin' South

7.8/10 IMDB

A lost film. As described in a film magazine Exhibitors Herald on March 16, 1918: "a forest ranger known only as Headin' South (Fairbanks) goes forth in search of Spanish Joe (Campeau), a Mexican responsible for most of the treachery and outlawry along the U.S.-Mexican boarder. Headin' South gains quite a reputation as he goes along and finally believes himself worthy of joining Joe's band. in a whirlwind finish in which Joe is captured, Headin' South meets one of Joe's near victims (MacDonald) and falls in love with her."

Starring: Douglas Fairbanks, Frank Campeau, Katherine MacDonald, Hoot Gibson, Jim Mason, Johnny Judd, Tom Grimes, Art Acord, Edward Burns, Jack Holt ..
Directed by: Allan Dwan
Release date: 1918-02-25
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Wolves of the Rail

Wolves of the Rail

0.0/10 IMDB

Smoky Gap Railroad president Murray Lemantier is fed up with a bandit gang led by Buck Andrade constantly holding up his train and getting away with it. He hires ace detective David Cassidy to track down and get Buck, dead or alive. However, when Buck goes to see his dying mother she makes him promise to reform, and he does. Cassidy, though, doesn't care about that and tries to arrest him. Buck decides to do something that will once and for all show everyone that he has indeed reformed--especially Faith Lawson, a pretty station agent he's in love with.

Starring: William S. Hart, C. Norman Hammond, William Elmer, Melbourne MacDowell, Vola Vale, Kisabur? Kurihara ..
Directed by: William S. Hart
Release date: 1918-01-01

Staking His Life

0.0/10 IMDB

In this re-edited, re-titled version of 'Conversion of Frosty Blake, The (1915)', some character names are changed but the story, of a New England pastor who goes out west for his health and encounters a gun-toting dance-hall owner and a beautiful dancer, remains fairly intact.

Starring: William S. Hart, Louise Glaum, Charles Ray ..
Release date: 1918-01-01
Best Western Movies of 1918 : True Blue

True Blue

0.0/10 IMDB

True Blue begins with the marriage of black-sheep British nobleman Gilbert Brockhurst to the daughter of a Western rancher. When he learns that he has inherited his father's title and estate, Brockhurst deserts his wife and young son Bob. Upon attaining adulthood, Bob becomes the boss of his grandfather's ranch.

Starring: William Farnum, Kathryn Adams, Charles Clary, Genevieve Blinn, William Scott, Harry De Vere, Barney Furey, G. Raymond Nye, Marc B. Robbins, Jack Connolly ..
Directed by: Frank Lloyd
Release date: 1918-05-05
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Rimrock Jones

Rimrock Jones

0.0/10 IMDB

Rimrock Jones is the toughest and most likeable prospector in a thriving Arizona copper camp. Having already been cheated out of several valuable copper strikes, Rimrock nonetheless forges ahead optimistically, hoping to strike it rich just once more. Unfortunately, he can't find anyone to finance his latest expedition -- except for a pretty public stenographer who uses her life savings to grubstake our hero. When Rimrock finally hits pay dirt, he tries to repay the girl for her generosity, only to find that she wants to be a full partner in his copper mine. While he mulls this over, Rimrock's rivals try to bamboozle him out of his mine with the help of a sexy "vamp".

Starring: Wallace Reid, Ann Little, Charles Ogle, Paul Hurst, Guy Oliver, Fred Huntley, Edna Mae Cooper, Tote Du Crow, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Ernest Joy ..
Directed by: Donald Crisp
Release date: 1918-01-21
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Rainbow Trail

The Rainbow Trail

0.0/10 IMDB

Following in his dad's footsteps, Shefford devotes himself to freeing his community from the grip of a particularly despotic Mormon sect. In so doing, he rescues his foster sister Fay Larkin, who is coveted by lecherous Mormon elder Wagoner. As was the case in Riders of the Purple Sage, the Mormons are villains simply because they are Mormons.

Starring: William Farnum, Ann Forrest, Mary Mersch, William Burgess, William Nigh, Genevieve Blinn, George Ross, Buck Jones ..
Directed by: Frank Lloyd
Release date: 1918-10-27
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Man from Funeral Range

The Man from Funeral Range

0.0/10 IMDB

While out West, prospector Harry Webb makes enemies of a con artist, Mark Brenton and the con's crooked lawyer, Frank Beekman. Jack goes to the city and meets singer Janice Williams in a cabaret. They become engaged, but Brenton also has designs on her. He tricks her into going to a room to meet with him, and Webb, hearing of the scheme, follows. What he finds when he gets there is Brenton on the floor, dead, and Janice holding a gun.

Starring: Wallace Reid, Ann Little, Lottie Pickford, Willis Marks, Tully Marshall, George A. McDaniel, Phil Ainsworth, Tom Guise ..
Directed by: Walter Edwards
Release date: 1918-10-06
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Hell's Crater

Hell's Crater

0.0/10 IMDB

During the days of the California gold rush, Jim Shamrick toils on his claim, Hell's Crater, for two years and then decides to enjoy himself in a nearby mining camp. Bill Gordon, the owner of the local dance hall, gets Jim drunk and then, with the aid of Cherry Maurice ( Grace Cunard ), robs him. When the prospector realizes what has happened, he abducts Cherry and forces her to labor in his mine for a year. Though nearly broken by the hard work, Cherry comes to love Jim and eventually marries him.

Starring: Grace Cunard, George A. McDaniel, Ray Hanford, Eileen Sedgwick ..
Directed by: W.B. Pearson
Release date: 1918-01-14
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Winner Takes All

Winner Takes All

0.0/10 IMDB

Saul Chadron, a brutal cattle baron, is distressed that homesteaders are intruding on his domain and hires outlaws to drive them away.

Starring: Monroe Salisbury, Alfred Allen, Betty Schade, Helen Jerome Eddy, Sam De Grasse, Jack Nelson ..
Directed by: Elmer Clifton
Release date: 1918-07-20
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Sheriff

The Sheriff

0.0/10 IMDB

Roscoe Arbuckle plays a Douglas Fairbanks fan who becomes a rotund version of his hero. As "The Sheriff", he must rescue abducted schoolteacher Betty Compson.

Starring: Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Betty Compson, Monty Banks, Glen Cavender, Luke the Dog ..
Directed by: Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
Release date: 1918-11-24
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Border Raiders

Border Raiders

0.0/10 IMDB

Ranch owner John Hardy becomes the dupe of Cleo Dade when he marries her and brings her home to be a mother to his daughter Rose.

Starring: Betty Compson, George Larkin, Frank Deshon, Horace B. Carpenter, Claire Du Brey, Howard Crampton ..
Directed by: Stuart Paton
Release date: 1918-10-06
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Who's Your Father?

Who's Your Father?

6.5/10 IMDB

This comedy starts with the rescue by a cowboy's dog of a baby that is floating down a gorge toward a cataract in a tiny crib. The cowboy takes the foundling to his cabin. Then the cowboy finds himself not only beset with the troubles of feeding an infant, but also is the object of a spinster who, by claiming the baby, hopes to compromise the cowboy

Starring: Tom Mix, Gertrude Selby, Victor Potel, Heinie Conklin, Frank Hayes, Madame Sul-Te-Wan, Tom Wilson ..
Directed by: Tom Mix
Release date: 1918-06-30
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Hell Cat

The Hell Cat

0.0/10 IMDB

Pancha O'Brien, the beautiful and spirited daughter of an Irish ranch owner, is loved by two men, Sheriff Jack Webb, whom she loves, and outlaw Jim Dyke, whose attentions she repeatedly rebuffs. Jim and his men attack Pancha's ranch, burning it to the ground and killing her father. The outlaw carries her to his cabin, where Wan-o-mee, his jealous squaw, tries to stab the girl....

Starring: Geraldine Farrar, Tom Santschi, Milton Sills, Evelyn Axzell, William Black ..
Directed by: Reginald Barker
Release date: 1918-11-24
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Baree, Son of Kazan

Baree, Son of Kazan

0.0/10 IMDB

From James Oliver Curwood's novel about a wolfdog.

Starring: Nell Shipman, Gayne Whitman, Al Ernest Garcia, Joe Rickson ..
Directed by: David Smith
Release date: 1918-05-27

Play Straight or Fight

0.0/10 IMDB

Helen is a strong-minded, upright, two-handed gunwoman and the protector of a younger brother who has fallen under the evil influence of unscrupulous companions. The climax of the story comes when Helen learns that her brother is to take part in a stage hold-up. To save him she dons male attire and holds up the stage at a point several miles in advance of her brother's attempt.

Starring: Helen Gibson, Hoot Gibson, Millard K. Wilson, G. Raymond Nye, Noble Johnson ..
Directed by: Paul Hurst
Release date: 1918-06-15

The Midnight Flyer

0.0/10 IMDB

One of two former convicts is the brother of a girl station agent. The second ex-convict tries to blackmail the youth and drag him back to a criminal life, but the sister intervenes.

Starring: Hoot Gibson, Violet Mersereau, Helen Gibson, G. Raymond Nye ..
Directed by: George Marshall
Release date: 1918-06-29

The Branded Man

0.0/10 IMDB

The Branded Man is a 1918 Western.

Starring: Hoot Gibson, Donna Keegan, Helen Gibson, Millard K. Wilson, G. Raymond Nye, Noble Johnson ..
Release date: 1918-06-13
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Ruggles of Red Gap

Ruggles of Red Gap

0.0/10 IMDB

Harry Leon Wilson has written nothing more diverting than this story of the irreproachable English valet who is lost in a poker game to a rough-and-ready westerner and taken to Red Gap ultimately to become its social mentor and chief caterer, and there is sheer delight in the story of how the Earl, brought over to save his younger brother from the vampirish clutches of Klondike Kate, makes the lady his Countess and once more stands Red Gap upon its somewhat dizzy head.

Starring: Taylor Holmes, Frederick Burton, Lawrence D'Orsay, Virginia Valli, Edna Phillips, Lillian Drew, Rose Mayo, Charles Lane, Rod La Rocque, Frances Conrad ..
Directed by: Lawrence C. Windom
Release date: 1918-02-25
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Six-Shooter Andy

Six-Shooter Andy

5.2/10 IMDB

Susan Allenby's father is killed during a robbery staged by Bannack's corrupt sheriff, Tom Slade, and his men, leaving the girl to care for her eight brothers and sisters. Andy Crawford and his father William take the orphans in, but after Andy's father is killed, the young prospector vows to avenge his death and clean up the town.

Starring: Tom Mix, Tony the Horse, Enid Markey, Bert Woodruff, Sam De Grasse, Charles Stevens, Pat Chrisman, Bob Fleming, Jack Plank, Ben Hammer ..
Directed by: Sidney Franklin
Release date: 1918-02-24
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Western Blood

Western Blood

0.0/10 IMDB

Ranch owner Tex Wilson supplies horses to the government. While on his way to Los Angeles to take care of business, Tex sees a girl, Roberta Stephens, on a runaway horse. He rescues her and they strike up an acquaintanceship.

Starring: Tom Mix, Victoria Forde, Barney Furey, Frank Clark, Buck Jones ..
Directed by: Lynn Reynolds
Release date: 1918-04-14
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Playing the Game

Playing the Game

0.0/10 IMDB

Millionaire Larry Prentiss inherits a ranch. He decides to visit his new property incognito and gets a job as a ranch-hand. He falls in love with the ranch foreman's daughter and complications ensue.

Starring: Charles Ray, Doris May, Harry L. Rattenberry, Robert McKim, William Elmer, Leota Lorraine, Charles Perley, Melbourne MacDowell ..
Directed by: Victor Schertzinger
Release date: 1918-04-22
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Nobody's Wife

Nobody's Wife

0.0/10 IMDB

Jack Darling of the North West Mounted Police is ordered to track down and arrest murderer Alec Young, whose girl, Dancing Pete, performs in the Nugget dance hall. En route to Nugget, Jack meets Hope Ross, who is caring for her sister's baby. Although the two fall in love, the outlook for a happy romance appears hopeless, because he believes that she is a married mother, and she thinks that he is an outlaw.

Starring: Louise Lovely, Jack Hoxie, Alfred Allen, Betty Schade, A.G. Kenyon, Grace McLean ..
Directed by: Edward LeSaint
Release date: 1918-03-04
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Border Legion

The Border Legion

0.0/10 IMDB

Cowhand Jim Cleve is wrongly accused of murder and rescued by Jack Kells, leader of a band of Idaho outlaws known as the Border Legion. But when the Legion takes Joan Randall prisoner and leaves Cleve to guard her, he realizes that he cannot remain part of an outlaw band and decides to rescue Joan.

Starring: Blanche Bates, Hobart Bosworth, Eugene Strong, Kewpie Morgan, Russell Simpson, Arthur Morrison, Bull Montana, Richard Souzade, Kate Elmore ..
Directed by: T. Hayes Hunter
Release date: 1918-07-28
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Heart of the Wilds

Heart of the Wilds

0.0/10 IMDB

In the Canadian Northwest, Jen Galbraith lives in a tavern with her brother Val and her father Peter, a bootlegger who sells whiskey to the Indians. Val's friend Pierre resolves to win Jen, even though she is in love with Sergeant Tom Gellatly of the Mounted Police. When Val tries to retrieve some liquor sold illegally by the elder Galbraith to an Indian named Grey Cloud, the Indian insults Jen and Val shoots him. Tom is assigned to track down the murderer, but after he arrives at the tavern, Galbraith and Pierre drug him. Jen delivers the papers he is carrying to police headquarters, but when she discovers that they contain orders to arrest her brother, she shoots Tom to prevent him from going after Val.

Starring: Elsie Ferguson, Thomas Meighan, Joseph W. Smiley, Matt Moore, E.L. Fernandez, Sidney D'Albrook ..
Directed by: Marshall Neilan
Release date: 1918-09-01
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Roped and Tied

Roped and Tied

0.0/10 IMDB

The hero, a stranger in a Western town, falls in love with an Innocent girl he discovers in a wine room. He wins her after several clashes with the villain, who also loves her.

Starring: Neal Hart, Eileen Sedgwick, Joe Rickson, Lola Wright ..
Release date: 1918-08-17
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Hungry Eyes

Hungry Eyes

0.0/10 IMDB

Ex-convict Dale Revenal arrives at Dudley Appleton's ranch bearing a letter of introduction from John Silver, Appleton's old friend. Appleton hires Dale, who, through his winning manner, soon wins the respect of the ranch hands and the love of the ranch owner's daughter Mary Jane. Believing himself unworthy of her, Dale tells Mary Jane that he has a wife and child in Arizona, and she reluctantly agrees to marry Jack Nelda, a local rancher. Nelda realizes that Mary Jane is still in love with Dale and plots with Bessie Dupont and her brother Pinto to kill him.

Starring: Monroe Salisbury, Ruth Clifford, Rupert Julian, W.H. Bainbridge, Henry A. Barrows, Arthur Tavares, Gretchen Lederer, George A. McDaniel, Rita Pickering ..
Directed by: Rupert Julian
Release date: 1918-03-11
Best Western Movies of 1918 : A Lion of the Hills

A Lion of the Hills

0.0/10 IMDB

The Lion of the Hills is a Western film.

Starring: Louise Glaum, William S. Hart, Enid Markey, Rhea Mitchell, Clara Williams ..
Directed by: Lambert Hillyer
Release date: 1918-05-01

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