Travelin' On (1922)

Director
Lambert Hillyer

Main cast
William S. Hart; Jim Farley; Ethel Grey Terry; Brinsley Shaw; Jocko the Monkey

Genres
Western

Description
A Western involving William S Hart as an outlaw who comes to the aid of a preacher in a small town through his infatuation with the preacher's wife. Rarely screened but considered one of his best; the version at the Library of Congress is missing one of the middle reels.


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