Here we have opera diva Geraldine Farrar and stylish matinee idol Milton Sills with a sheep ranch as a backdrop. While both stars played a variety of characters throughout their careers, this time it was definitely a stretch. Farrar is Pancha O'Brien, half-Spanish, half-Irish and a hundred percent fiery. Sills is the sheriff who loves her. Perennial badman Tom Santschi is Jim Dike, the villain who lusts after her. Dike, a cattle baron, is out to destroy the sheep ranch of Pancha's father (William W. Black). Dike shoots Mr. O'Brien, sets fire to the ranch, kidnaps Pancha and takes her to his lair. As if to underscore how wrong Sills is as a cowboy, he doesn't even get to kill the villain -- it's Farrar's character who does the job.
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