DirectorVal Paul ProducerHarry Carey DistributorUniversal Studios CountryUnited States
Release dateOctober 1920 (1920-10) WriterHenry H. Knibbs (novel) GenresWestern, Indie film, Silent film, Black-and-white Similar moviesA Woman Commands (1932), Loves Lariat (1916), Bucking Broadway (1917), Mr Smith Goes to Washington (1939), Directed by John Ford (1971)
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Sundown Slim is a 1920 American silent western film starring Harry Carey.
"Sundown Slim" Hicks (Harry Carey) leaves his life of hobo-poet and starts in as ranch cook at the Concho cattle ranch owned by Jack Corliss (J. Morris Foster). The adjoining sheep ranch is owned by David Loring (Duke R. Lee). Fadeaway (Charles Le Moyne), a bad cowboy, insults Anita (Mignonne Golden), daughter of the chief sheepherder, and Sundown exacts reprisal. Billy (Ted Brooks), Sundown's pal, is induced by Fadeaway to rob a bank. Sundown takes the blame and goes to jail. In the feud between sheepmen and cattlemen, Billy is nursed by Anita. The two learn to care for each other, and when Sundown is released from jail and goes to Anita, he sees the situation and surrenders her to Billy, again taking up to lone trail.
Harry Carey - Sundown Slim
Genevieve Blinn - Mrs. Fernando
Ted Brooks - Billy Corliss
Frances Conrad - Eleanor Loring
J. Morris Foster - Jack Corliss (as J.M. Foster)
Mignonne Golden - Anita
Joe Harris - Fernando (as Joseph Harris)
Ed Jones - Sheriff
Duke R. Lee - Loring (as Duke Lee)
Charles Le Moyne - Fadeaway
Otto Myers - Bud Shoop (as Otto Meyers)
Ed Price - Shorty
The film was summarized using stills in the January 1921 Film Fun, an American film magazine.