A White Redman (1911)

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Written and directed by the man who had given the world The Great Train Robbery back in 1903, Edwin S. Porter, this minor Northwest melodrama is noteworthy only as the screen debut of Thomas Lockwood, one of America's first movie matinee-idols. Lockwood, who was between stage engagements, enacted the role of Gene Thomas, a trapper, who, falsely accused of murder, is saved by an Indian he had once rescued from death.