Six Shooter Justice
Genre Short, Western
Country United States
|Director Fred Kelsey|
Cast Harry Carey
|Language Silent (English intertitles)|
Release date July 17, 1917 (1917-07-17)
Writer George Hively (scenario), T. Shelley Sutton (story)
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Genres Short Film, Western, Indie film, Silent film, Black-and-white
Six-Shooter Justice is a 1917 American Western film featuring Harry Carey.
As described in a film magazine review, John Gregg (Witting) and his daughter Mary (Du Brey) become lost and accept the guidance of Miguel Hernandez (Steele), a good-looking bad man. Mary takes a liking to the bad man and will have nothing to do with Cheyenne Harry (Carey), a bad-looking good man. Miguel robs John of his gold and takes Mary to Burro Springs. Henry follows and kills Miguel to protect Mary, and takes John's gold off the body of Miguel. Mary realizes that looks can be deceiving.
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