|Director||Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson|
|Cast||Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson|
|Plot||Broncho Billy intoxicated, enters Brown's general store, knocks over a barrel of brooms, and is about to help himself to the chewing tobacco, when the grocer interferes. Brown finally shoots Broncho Billy in the wrist. Mary Walker, a villageite enters, and discovering Broncho Billy suffering from the wound, washes and. bandages it for him. The following day Broncho Billy calls on Mary to thank her for her kindness. Mr. Walker, overhearing the conversation, intrudes and orders the cowpuncher off his premises. That afternoon the sheriff having been informed of the episode at the grocery store, tells Broncho Billy that he is a detriment to the community and to leave town immediately or take the consequences. The following day Mary's brother takes several horses to the nearby town to sell. The sale is made in good order and everything goes smoothly enough, until the weak son meets a gambler. The gambler has no trouble in getting the son intoxicated and taking his money from him by a clever gambling scheme. Broncho Billy enters the saloon and is nonplussed when he sees Mary's brother gambling the watch with the fair face of his sister in it. Broncho Billy holds up the gambling joint, restores the money to its owner, and takes the half-paralyzed form to his home. The rest of the story is very interesting.... search for Broncho Billy's Grit on IMDb|
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