~In the Sage Brush Country~
1914
Directed by: William S. Hart

Written by:
Thomas H. Ince (scenario & story)
C. Gardner Sullivan (scenario & story)
~Cast~

     William S. Hart ... Jim Brandon
Rhea Mitchell ... Edith Wilding
Herschel Mayall ... Frank Wilding
Kisaburô Kurihara ... Juan (as Thomas Kurihara)
Frank Borzage
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Kay-Bee Pictures

Distribution Company: Mutual Film

Produced by: Thomas H. Ince
Assistant Director: Clifford Smith

Length: 2 Reels
Runtime: 20 Minutes
Released: December 25, 1914
~Plot Synopsis~
William S. Hart's second directorial assignment, this is a typical Western story of the wife (Rhea
Mitchell) of a miner who, on her way to the bank with the payroll, is befriended by an outlaw in
disguise (Hart). The stage is held up by a Mexican bandit (Thomas Kurihara), who robs Hart of his
money. From the woman, the "greaser" wants nothing but a kiss, which she refuses. The bandit
kidnaps her, and she is about to suffer the proverbial fate worse than death when she is rescued by
Hart.

Plot Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com