~On The Night Stage~
~Plot Synopsis~
Belle Shields (Rhea Mitchell), the local dance hall queen, is the sweetheart of bandit "Silent" Texas
Smith (William S. Hart) until she becomes fascinated with Alexander Austin (Robert Edeson), the
new town parson. The jealous Texas gets into a drunken saloon brawl over Belle, but when the
preacher comes to Texas' aid, the two rivals become fast friends. Belle marries Austin, but on a visit
to a nearby town, she slips back into her old ways and stops into a dance hall, where she arouses the
passions of dandy Jack Malone (Herschel Mayall). Realizing her mistake, she returns home but
receives a letter from Jack stating that he will come for her that night. She confides in Texas, who
intercepts Jack on the night stage and kills him in a gunfight. William S. Hart was not yet an
established star and earned third billing in this typically moralistic love-triangle Western.

Plot Synopsis is a combination of Plot Synopses from allmovie.com and afi.com
Directed by: Reginald Barker    

Written by:
C. Gardner Sullivan - story
Thomas H. Ince - scenario

William S. Hart ...  'Silent' Texas Smith
Rhea Mitchell ...  Belle Shields
Robert Edeson ...  Alexander Austin, the 'Sky Pilot'
Herschel Mayall ...  'Handsome' Jack Malone
Gladys Brockwell ...  Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Tom Chatterton ...  Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)
Shorty Hamilton ...  Cowboy (uncredited)
Clara Williams ...  Saloon Girl (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: New York Motion Picture

Distributed by: Mutual Film

Produced by: Thomas H. Ince  
Cinematography by: Robert Newhard    
Supervisor: Thomas H. Ince  

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 62 Minutes
Released: April 25, 1915