Barbara Dunbar comes west to visit her uncle Thompson. She gets her first glimpse of Black Eagle when he holds up the stage on which she rides. Once arrived at her destination, she meets Dick Rockwell, and the old saying "East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet" goes to smash. The East and the West blend pretty well. It is a case of love at first sight. Dick Rockwell has a mission in life. He sells his share in the ranch and prepares to leave for the city at sunrise. He is going to find the man who has caused his sister's death. Black Eagle hears of Dick's decision, knows of the large amount which he got for the ranch, and arranges to hold him up. That night, Barbara sees Black Eagle and his hand from her window. All the men in tier house have left for the round-up, so, mounting a horse, she rides ten miles through the night to warn Dick of his danger. Her love for him outweighs all the stories she has heard from Joe Hawkins about him and "a certain woman who is ...
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Edison Company production number 8002. See more