~The Able-Minded Lady~
~Plot Synopsis~
A confirmed bachelor, Henry B. Walthall is hired as the new foreman by a thrice-widowed rancher
(stage actress Helen Raymond). As it turns out, Walthall becomes not only her fourth husband but
also takes on a gang of cattle rustlers. Along the way, the busy man reunites two young lovers. A
veteran screen actor, Walthall has gone down in history as D.W. Griffith's "Little Colonel" in The Birth
of a Nation (1915). The ingenue, Elinor Fair, later married William Boyd, her leading man in The Volga
Boatman (1926), Jim the Conqueror (1926) and The Yankee Clipper (1926).

Plot Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
Directed by:
Lewis D. Collins
Oliver L. Sellers

Based on a story by William R. Leighton

Henry B. Walthall ...  Breezy Bright
Elinor Fair ...  Daphne Meadows
Helen Raymond ...  Widow McGee
~Remaining Credits~

Produced and Released by: Pacific Film Company

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Release: January 1, 1922