~The Man from Painted Post~
Directed by: Joseph Henabery

Written by:
Douglas Fairbanks - scenario
Joseph Henabery - titles

Based on the story "Silver Slippers," by Jackson Gregory.

Douglas Fairbanks ... 'Fancy Jim' Sherwood
Eileen Percy ... Jane Forbes
Frank Campeau ... 'Bull' Madden
Frank Clark ... Toby Madden
Herbert Standing ... Warren Bronson
William Lowery ... Charles Ross
Rhea Haines ... Wah-na Madden
Charles Stevens ... Henchman
Monte Blue ... Slim Carter
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Douglas Fairbanks Pictures

Distribution Company: Artcraft Pictures Corporation

Produced by: Douglas Fairbanks
Cinematography by: Harris Thorpe
Film Editing by: Joseph Henabery & William Shea
Assistant Directors: James P. Hogan & Millard Webb
Assistant Cinematographer: Glen MacWilliams
Assistant Film Editor: William Shea
General Manager: John Fairbanks

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 58 Minutes
Released: September 30, 1917

Filmed at:
Fort Lee, New Jersey, USA
Jelm, Wyoming, USA
Laramie, Wyoming, USA
Long Valley, Wyoming, USA
~Plot Synopsis~
Rancher Warren Bronson (Herbert Standing) is plagued by cattle rustlers, so he gets Western
detective Fancy Jim Sherwood (Douglas Fairbanks) on the case. Fancy Jim disguises himself as an
Eastern wimp and easily discovers that Bull Madden (Frank Campeau) is the head of the rustlers. Jim
also falls in love with Jane Forbes (Eileen Percy), a school teacher who has been harassed by Madden.
Before rounding up the rustlers and getting the girl, Fairbanks gives full reign to his usual stunts --
climbing up the sides of buildings, mounting a dashing horse, and other leaps and bounds. This
wasn't a stand-out vehicle for the athletic star, but according to reviews of the day it was entertaining

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com