|Writers||E.W. Sargent (unconfirmed)
|Cast||Walter Stull Frances Ne Moyer Mae Hotely George Reehm|
|Plot||Bill Bragg comes East to visit relatives and friends. He is in full cowboy regalia, and cuts a wide swath while he is the guest of Mrs. Payne, whose pretty daughter, Nell, throws over Jack Scott for the dashing westerner, who is not afraid to shoot up a sheriff's posse. Bill tells all the girls exciting stories of his wonderful adventures and thrilling rescues. They think he is quite a hero and adore him. When Bill goes home, he leaves his photograph with all the girls, and they remain true to the attractive stranger. Then comes a letter from one of the town boys who went West. He has looked Bill up and encloses a snap-shot of Bill in his true colors, which shows him to be far from the romantic cowboy which he represented himself to be. The boys take the snap-shot over to the sewing circle to show the girls, and cupid gets on the job once more.... search for The Beaut from Butte on IMDb|
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