~Square Deal Sanderson~
~Plot Synopsis~
Square Deal Sanderson (William S. Hart) is in pursuit of a horse thief, but someone else shoots the
varmint before Sanderson can offer him a "square deal." When he looks through the dead man's
effects, he finds a letter from the deceased's sister, Mary Bransford (Ann Little), begging him to come
help save her New Mexico ranch from town boss Alva Dale (Frank Whitson). Sanderson decides to
help the girl out, and upon his arrival, she just assumes he is her brother. Dale is a hard one to
overcome -- he has Sanderson arrested and poisons a watering hole, killing three thousand head of
steer and three cowboys. But Sanderson is up to the challenge. He breaks out of jail, saves Mary from
Dale's advances and brings the bad men to justice. Finally, Mary figures out that Sanderson is not her
brother, adding a belated romantic note to the scenario. This story began life as a Charles Alden
Seltzer short in Argosy magazine.

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

Written by: Lambert Hillyer - scenario

Based on the novel Square Deal Sanderson by Charles Alden Seltzer in
Argosy Magazine (23 Nov-28 Dec 1918).

William S. Hart ...  Square Deal Sanderson
Ann Little ...  Mary Bransford
Frank Whitson ...  Alva Dale
Lloyd Bacon ...  Barney Owen aka Bill Bransford
Edwin Wallock ...  Maison
Tom O'Brien ...  Williams
Andrew Robson ...  Judge Graney
Bob Kortman ...  Hired Killer (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: William S. Hart Productions

Distribution Company: Paramount-Artcraft Pictures

Cinematography by: Joseph H. August  
Art Direction by: Thomas A. Brierley  
Art Titles: Irvin J. Martin  
Thomas H. Ince
Supervisor: Thomas H. Ince

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: June 15, 1919