16 Mins.; Full. (Special). Presenting a badly written Mexican sketch of the kind applause type Miss Edwards and her company just about managed to pass. The man (company) plays two characters. A bandit has robbed an express car, escaping with $15,000. At the opening the girl’s father is just leaving to join a posse. The girl is alone in the house; the bandit appears (the same man doubling) dressed as a Mexican vaquero in holiday attire and employs an Italian dialect for Mex. The bandit forces the girl to prepare food for him and then tries to make love to her. A fight and sword duel follows, with the girl finally working the bandit over to a wolf trap which she has set near the fire place. The bandit is caught and the girl goes to collect the reward for his capture. The act isn’t there.
Variety, Volume XXXVI, no.6, October 10, 1914