A Western Bride

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A Western Bride

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Year: 1911

Plot: Unable to stand her husband's drinking habits and abuse, Mrs. Allen is forced to leave him. The sheriff gives her shelter, and the next day her child is born. The sheriff celebrates the arrival of the little stranger at his home in typical western fashion. A week later Mrs. Allen dies, her husband watching her last moments through the window. He leaves the locality and eventually becomes a bandit. The sheriff adopts the motherless babe and she grows to womanhood, protected and beloved by the hardy men of the camp. Her wedding is made a big celebration, and Allen, returning, sees the guests and follows them, planning to hold them up. He is led to the same window through which he saw his wife die, and realizes that the girl is his own child. Overcome with remorse and regret of his misspent life, he staggers away vowing to thereafter follow the path of honesty.—Moving Picture World synopsis
Original Title: A Western Bride
Type: movie
Year: 1911
Genres: Short, Western
Cast: Charles Inslee
Countries: United States
Languages: None , English
Color Info: Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
Sound Mix: Silent
Original Air Date: 17 Oct 1911 (USA)
Production Companies: Bison Motion Pictures , New York Motion Picture
Distributors: Motion Picture Distributors and Sales Company