~Branding Broadway~
~A60-62: Seena Owen, Arthur Shirley & William S. Hart~
~Plot Synopsis~
Drunk and disorderly cowpoke Robert Sands (William S. Hart) is banished from an Arizona frontier
town and hops on a freight train heading for New York. Arriving in Manhattan, the rough-and-tumble
cowboy obtains a position as "physical guardian" to a spoiled member of the social register (Arthur
Shirley). Charged with recovering a series of compromising letters from the young wastrel to a female
restaurant owner (Seena Owen), the Westerner falls in love with the girl himself. Realizing that he is a
duck out of water among the city swells, Sands magnanimously resolves to put his employer's
happiness ahead of his own and bring the two youngsters together. Branding Broadway was a
refreshing departure for the usually so forbidding western star and critic Louis Reeves Harrison, of
Moving Picture World, found it "a pleasure to see Hart in a completely new role."

Plot Synopsis from allmovie.com
Directed by: William S. Hart    

Written by: C. Gardner Sullivan

William S. Hart ...  Robert Sands
Seena Owen ...  Mary Lee
Arthur Shirley ...  Larry Harrington
Andrew Robson ...  Harrington Sr
Lew Short ...  Dick Horn
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: William S. Hart Productions

Distribution Company: Paramount-Artcraft Productions

Produced by: William S. Hart & Thomas H. Ince
Cinematography by: Joseph H. August  
Art Direction by: Thomas A. Brierley    
Assistant Director: Robert Broadwell

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: December 15, 1918