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B&W : Five reels / 4900 feet
Directed by Glen Lambert
Cast: Ranger Bill Miller, Bess True
Stereoscopic Productions production; distributed by Ace-High Productions. / Released February 1925. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. Unknown single-strip anaglyphic stereoscopic process. / The film was shot in dual-strip format and converted to single-strip format for release prints. The production was shot in Hollywood, California.
Synopsis: [Motion Picture News Booking Guide, April 1925, 8:36] . . . with a western ranch and New York figuring as the locale. Worthless husband of Beth is believed lost at sea, but later he turns up when she is married again to a ranch foreman, who leaves her, thinking she loves her first husband. The latter, however, comes to grief through his derelictions and Bill regains Beth after saving her from a desperado at the ranch.
Survival status: The film is presumed lost.
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Keywords: Stereoscopic films - 3D film
Listing updated: 10 November 2009.
References: Hayes-3D p. 9 : Website-AFI.