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Jack Hoxie (1885-1965) was one of the leading Western film stars of the silent era. Born in Indian territory to a doctor and his Native American wife, Hoxie became a working cowboy as soon as he was of age. Joining the rodeos and Wild West shows that were then incredibly popular, it wasn't long before a film producer saw the young daredevil in action and signed him to a movie contract. His younger half-brother Al Stone (1901-1982) soon changed his surname to Hoxie and joined Jack in Hollywood, starring in films of his own. Jack, for his part, would have his greatest success playing Buffalo Bill Cody in Universal's The Last Frontier (1926), co-starring with William Boyd.
Wolf Tracks (1923): Bob Meredith, a grizzled old prospector, knows that he is about to die. He writes a letter bequeathing his gold mine to his granddaughter, Jean, a timid yet pretty schoolteacher. But before it can be delivered, it is stolen by 'Wolf' Santell, a notorious outlaw. Desperate to regain her inheritance, Jean enlists the aid of cowboy Jack Hastings to recover the letter. Jack will need all his wits if he is to stop the Wolf before he discovers the secret gold mine. Directed by Robert North Bradbury.
Red Blood (1925): Old Man Custer, a rancher, worries about his children. His innocent daughter, Edith, is romancing a rough-around-the-edges cattle hand, Buck Marsden, while his son, Eddie, is lost in the world of high-stakes gambling. But when Eddie sells the ranch to the cardsharps he's in deep with, it's Buck who will have to step in and make sure Old Man Custer's legacy doesn't fall into the wrong hands. Directed by J.P. McGowan.
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