~The Good Bad Man~
Directed by: Allan Dwan

Written by: Douglas Fairbanks

Douglas Fairbanks ... Passin' Through
Sam De Grasse ... The Wolf / Bud Frazer
Pomeroy Cannon ... U.S. Marshal / Bob Evans (as Doc Cannon)
Joseph Singleton ... Weazel
Bessie Love  ... The Girl / Sarah May
Mary Alden ... Jane Stuart
George Beranger ... Thomas Stuart
Fred Burns ... Sheriff
Jim Mason ... Bandit (uncredited)
Charles Stevens ... Bandit (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Fine Arts Film Company

Distribution Company: Triangle Distributing

Produced by: Douglas Fairbanks
Music by: Donald Sosin
Cinematography by: Victor Fleming

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: April 21, 1916
~Plot Synopsis~
The Good Bad Man is at once a straight western and a gentle spoof of the genre. Douglas Fairbanks
plays a fellow who calls himself "Passin' Through." Orphaned at birth, Our Hero grows up to be a
Robin-Hood-like bandit, robbing the rich so that he can finance a home for unwanted children. In
this guise, he meets Bud Fraser (Sam DeGrasse), the man who killed his father. Bessie Love plays the
obligatory heroine, who frankly hasn't much to do in the proceedings. The Good Bad Man was
directed by frequent Fairbanks collaborator Allan Dwan; it was photographed by Victor Fleming, who
later became an excellent director in his own right (one of his 1930s films was a little something called
Gone with the Wind).

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com