The Beaded Buckskin Bag (1913)

Noel Burton, an adventurous American, falls in love with Annette, the daughter of Don Antonio Nevarro, whose rancho is mortgaged to Don Carlos Morello for $50,000. This individual is also a... See full summary »

Director:

E.A. Martin

Writer:

Everett McNeil
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Cast overview:
Herbert Rawlinson ... Noel Burton
Adele Lane ... Annette
George Hernandez George Hernandez ... Don Antonio Navarro - Annette's Father
Henry Otto ... Don Carlos Morello
William Hutchison ... James W. Marshall - the Old Miner (as William Hutchinson)
Hobart Bosworth ... John Sutter
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Noel Burton, an adventurous American, falls in love with Annette, the daughter of Don Antonio Nevarro, whose rancho is mortgaged to Don Carlos Morello for $50,000. This individual is also a suitor for Annette, and, finding no favor from her, he threatens to foreclose the mortgage unless the girl is turned over to him. The father informs the American of his predicament and Noel repairs to his old friend, Sutter (the owner of Sutter's fort, who "backed" James W. Marshall when he first discovered gold in California in American rivers). Noel goes on the saw mill building expedition, strikes gold and sees a way to satisfy the creditor and win the girl. Morello hires an assassin to make away with Noel. The latter makes his escape but in his flight drops a beaded bag with nuggets and a curl of Annette's hair (which she had given him on parting). Morello takes this to Don Nevarro as a proof of Noel's death. In her despair over his seeming death and the affairs of her father, she concludes to ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Short | Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 June 1913 (USA) See more »

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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Is a bit conventional
22 September 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A picture of Mexican lovers in the days when gold was being discovered in the West. The story by Everett McNeil is a bit conventional, but has been well played by the leading characters and even by the lesser figures. It will provide good entertainment. There is one fine bit in it showing the finding of gold in a mill sluice by an old man (William Hutchinson) and it is perfectly photographed. The photography of the whole is commendable. The picture was produced by E.A. Martin. Herbert Rawlinson and Adele Lane have the romantic leads. George Hernandes plays the girl's father and Henry Otto her villainous lover. Hobart Bosworth has a minor part. - The Moving Picture World, July 12, 1913


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