The Squaw Man (1914 film)

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The Squaw Man  (1914) 
Cecil Blount DeMille, Jesse Louis Lasky, and Oscar Apfel
A 1914 silent western drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and Oscar C. Apfel, and starring Dustin Farnum. It was DeMille's directorial debut and the first feature film to be shot in what is now Hollywood.
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JESSE L. LASKY
PRESENTS

EDWIN MILTON ROYLE'S
THE SQUAW MAN
WITH
DUSTIN FARNUM

PICTURED BY
CECIL B. De MILLE AND OSCAR C. APFEL
COPYRIGHTED 1914 BY JESSE. L. LASKY PICTURE PLAY CO. Inc.

HENRY, EARL OF KERHILL, AND HIS COUSIN, CAPT. JAMES WYNNEGATE, ARE MADE TRUSTEES FOR THE ORPHAN'S FUND OF THE 16th LANCERS

HENRY PLUNGES HEAVILY ON THE DERBY

I.O.U.
£5000

Henry Wynngate

JIM LEAVES THE MANAGEMENT OF "THE FUND" ENTIRELY TO HENRY

THE NEXT DAY

HENRY BORROWS FROM "THE FUND," FORGING HIS OWN NAME

The London City & Midland Bank Limited

August 30

£10,000

Ten thousand pounds
Bearer

James Wynnegate
Henry Wynnegate

CELEBRATING THE COMPLETION OF "THE FUND"

WAR OFFICE NOTES

Tomorrow, the Earl of Kerhill, Colonel of the 16th Lancers, will deliver to the War Dept. the funds raised by the regiment for the protection of the widows and orphans of its gallant soldiers. The regiment is to be congratulated.

HENRY IS JEALOUS OF THE FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN HIS COUSIN AND HIS WIFE, LADY DIANA

FOR THE HONOR OF THE KERHILL NAME, LADY ELIZABETH ASKS JIM TO ASSUME HENRY'S GUILT

"NOT FOR YOU—NOR THE FAMILY NAME—BUT FOR HER"

"JIM, I WANT YOU TO GO AWAY—FOR MY SAKE."

DIANA LEARNS OF THE SHORTAGE IN "THE FUND"

"IF YOU ARE AN HONEST MAN, YOU MAY KISS ME GOODBYE."

The London City & Midland Bank Limited

August 30

£10,000

Ten thousand pounds
Bearer

James Wynnegate
Henry Wynnegate

"MY SIGNATURE HAS BEEN FORGED!"

JIM ENGAGES PASSAGE TO AMERICA

Deat Aunt,
Please cash the enclosed check for my savings and bring the money to me aboard the Ella Jane at Tripps wharl.

Jim

Ask for Mr. Carston

HENRY EXPLAINS TO THE WAR OFFICE OFFICIALS

"JIM MEETS THE CAPTAIN'S WIFE AND CHILD."

Bureau of Criminal Investigation
OF
Scotland Yard, London, England, W. C.
IdentifiesFred Ramsey

Alsworthy

Chief Constable

Scotland Yard

THE ACCIDENT

JIM'S PARTY PICKED UP BY AN AMERICAN BOUND VESSEL

SAFE IN NEW YORK

JIM SAVES BIG BILL FROM THE LIGHT FINGERED GENTRY

"COME OUT WEST, WHERE FOLKS KEEP THEIR HANDS IN THEIR OWN POCKETS."

JIM ARRIVES AT MAVERICK

TABYWANA, CHIEF OF THE UTES AND HIS DAUGHTER NAT-U-RITCH

NIGHT

DAWN

Receivd of James Carsten
$675000 for Lone Butte ranch
Just as she lays

Bull Cowan

"BOYS, THIS IS THE NEW BOSS."

DIANA'S HEALTH REQUIRES A CHANGE OF SCENE

YELLOWSTONE
NATIONAL
PARK


WYOMING

THE BEGINNING OF THE FEUD WITH CASH HAWKINS

CASH TRIES TO CHEAT TABYWANA IN A CATTLE DEAL

"EVERYBODY IN THE LONG HORN DRINKS WITH CASH HAWKINS."

"TO H—L WITH THE ENGLISH."

"I WONT DRINK WITH A MAN WHO ROBBED THE ORPHANS OF THE KING'S SOLDIERS."

"JIM OUGHT TO GET A SILVER SERVICE FOR KILLING CASH HAWKINS."

"YOU ALL GIVE ME A SNIFF OF YOUR GUNS"

"ME KILL 'UM."

SIX MONTHS LATER

"OUR HORSES HAVE STRAYED INTO THE HILLS."

SNOW BLIND

THE POISONOUS FUMES OF "DEATH HOLE"

TO SAVE JIM, NAT-U-RITCH BRAVES THE EVIL SPIRIT

A LONELY MAN

SEVERAL MONTHS LATER

BIG BILL, THE INSTRUCTOR

HENRY AND DIANA IN THE ALPS

[...] theft of the Orphan's fund—Jim is innocent
Henry
Earl of Kerhill

"WE ARE GOING TO FIND JIM AND BRING HIM HOME."

"YOU'LL NEVER BE RE-ELECTED, UNLESS YOU FIND THE MAN WHO KILLED CASH HAWKINS."

For Reelecton
BUD HARDY
For Sheriff

"I'M BROKE. TELL THE BOYS I'LL PAY THEM, SOMEHOW."

TABYWANA WARNS JIM THAT THE SHERIFF IS AFTER NAT-U-RITCH

"COME HOME. YOUR COUSIN'S DYING CONFESSION CLEARED YOUR NAME—YOU ARE NOW EARL OF KERHILL"

"HOME!"

"HE IS THE FUTURE EARL OF KERHILL. HE IS ENTITLED TO THE EDUCATION OF A GENTLEMAN—SEND HIM HOME WITH ME."

DIANA, IMPATIENT, STARTS FOR THE RANCH

MORNING

"THIS GUN BELONGS TO NAT-U-RITCH."

"GET A-GOIN' BUD—AND DON'T STOP TO PICK FLOWERS"

"YOU TAKE NAT-U-RITCH—ME FIGHT"

"WHOSE LITTLE BOY ARE YOU?"

"I'M GOING TO ARREST NAT-U-RITCH FOR KILLIN' CASH HAWKINS AND I HOLD YOU ALL AS WITNESSES."

"POOR LITTLE MOTHER!"

THE END

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1926.


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