~Singer Jim McKee~
Directed by: Clifford Smith

Written by:
William S. Hart - story
J.G. Hawks

William S. Hart ... 'Singer' Jim McKee
Phyllis Haver ... Mary Holden
J. Gordon Russell ... Buck Holden (as Gordon Russell)
Bert Sprotte ... Dan Gleason
Patsy Ruth Miller ... Betty Gleason
Edward Coxen ... Hamlin Glass Jr.
William Dyer ... Hamlin Glass
George Siegmann ... 'Brute' Bernstein
Baby Turner ... Mary Hold, as a baby
Lloyd Talman ... Bit Role (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: William S. Hart Productions

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Cinematography by: Dwight Warren
Film Editing by: William Shea
Presenters: Jesse L. Lasky & Adolph Zukor

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: March 3, 1924

Filmed on Location in:
Sonora, California, USA
~Plot Synopsis~
Unsuccessful miners Jim McKee and Buck Holden disguise themselves as bandits and hold up a
stagecoach to provide money for the support of Buck's motherless daughter, Mary. The sheriff kills
Buck while McKee escapes with Mary. Fifteen years later McKee dons the bandit's costume again and
robs a motor coach to provide new frocks for the 17-year-old Mary, who is ashamed of her
old-fashioned clothes. The theft is traced through the serial numbers on the stolen bills, and McKee
is caught and sent to jail. On his release from prison, McKee returns to the hills; and there Mary,
realizing she loves him, goes to find him.