|Genres||Drama Romance Short Western|
|Cast||Henry King Dolly Larkin Carl von Schiller|
|Plot||Harry Flathers, a revenue officer, arrives at Darcy and presents a note of introduction to the sheriff, informing him that illicit whiskey is being made in the mountains near the town and that Flathers has been sent to capture the moonshiner. Attired as a fisherman, Flathers sets out on a tour of investigation. In the heart of the mountains lives Ned Thaneous with his step-daughter, Dollie. Their nearest neighbor, Zeb, operates an illicit still and keeps old man Thaneous supplied with his favorite beverage. Zeb is in love with Dollie and with the aid of the old man, tries to persuade her to marry him. Dollie refuses and the poor girl's life is made a burden by the importunate lover and her stepfather. While Flathers is fishing one day, he and Dollie meet. It is a case of love at first sight. Several weeks later, Flathers, who has not succeeded in locating the still, comes across Zeb annoying Dollie. He interferes and starts to take her home. Zeb sees the officer's badge, and recognizing the danger, follows the couple. They approach Thaneous' homestead, where Flathers leaves her. He seeks further for the still and finds it. Zeb, who has been trailing him, comes up behind and strikes him a blow on the head. He then locks the unconscious man in the cellar and departs. He hurries to Thaneous' house and tells the old man of Dollie's treachery. They lock Dollie in her room and Zeb makes preparations to skip. Dollie has stolen the key of the cellar in which Flathers is confined, rashes to the still and liberates him. She then tells him of Zeb's intention to flee, and the two plan, not only to elope, but to capture Zeb and deliver him to the sheriff. Their plan is carried out successfully and they are married by the sheriff.... search for A Romance of the Ozarks on IMDb|
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