~West Is West~
~Plot Synopsis~
Even within the shoot-'em-up nature of Westerns, cowboy star Harry Carey usually concentrated on
simple character study; this picture, however, muddies things up with a complicated plot. Dick Rainboldt
(Carey) signs up to work at a gold mine without realizing that he's being hired as a strikebreaker. He
takes the job primarily because of a pretty girl who lives in the town. The superintendent and manager of
the mine convince Rainboldt to blow up the mine and make it appear like the strikers did it. But Rainboldt
turns the tables on the plotters and reveals their scheme. The mine owner rewards him with a big
assignment and the girl promises to marry him.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Val Paul

Written by:
George C. Hull - scenario

Based on the story by Eugene Manlove Rhodes.

Harry Carey ...  Dick Rainboldt
Charles Le Moyne ...  Connors
Ted Brooks ...  Kirby
Ed Lattell ...  Herman Mendenhall
Otto Nelson ...  Sim Wigfall
Frank Braidwood ...  Billy Armstrong
Arthur Millett ...  J.C. Armstrolng
Adelaide Hallock ...  Mrs. Armstrong (as Adelaide Halleck)
James O'Neill ...  Black Beard (as Jim O'Neil)
Scott McKee ...  Nagle
Mignonne Golden ...  Katie Wigfall (as Mignonne)
Jack Dill ...  Denjy
Sue Mason ...  Judith Elliott
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Distributed by: Universal Film Manufacturing Company

Cinematography by: Harry M. Fowler

Length: 5 Reels
Released: November 22, 1920