The Good Bad-Man, 1916 by Allan Dwan (Starring Douglas Fairbanks)

The Good Bad-Man, 1916 by Allan Dwan (Starring Douglas Fairbanks)

Bessie Love and Douglas Fairbanks as Amy and Passin’ Through
“Passin’ Through” (Fairbanks) is a benevolent outlaw who holds up trains so that he can provide for fatherless children in the Old West. He knows little of his personal history, but he is pursued by a US marshal (Cannon) who does. Along the way, he encounters Amy (Love), and falls in love with her. A rival bandit, “The Wolf” (De Grasse), is also a rival for Amy, but Passin’ and Amy eventually marry.

Cast
Douglas Fairbanks as “Passin’ Through”
Sam De Grasse as Bud Frazer / The Wolf
Pomeroy Cannon as Bob Evans the Marshal
Joseph Singleton as Weazel
Bessie Love as Amy
Mary Alden as Jane Stuart
George Beranger as Thomas Stuart
Fred Burns as Sheriff
Charles Stevens as a Bandit (uncredited)
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