Hearts and Spurs (W.S. Van Dyke, 1925)

Director: W.S. Van Dyke
Producer: Fox Film Corporation
Writer: Jackson Gregory and Josh Stone
Cinematographer: Allen M. Davey

Buck Jones (Hal Emory)
Carole Lombard (Sybil Estabrook)
William B. Davidson (Victor Dufresne)
Freeman Wood (Oscar Estabrook)
Jean La Motte (Celeste)
J. Gordon Russell (Sid Thomas)
Walt Robbins (Terry Clark)
Charles Eldridge (Sherriff)
Lucien Littlefield (Ford Driver)

Plot Summary

Oscar loses money in a high-stakes card game to Victor, but isn’t able to pay his debts. Victor demands his money, and forces Oscar to rob a stagecoach. Hal, the beau of Oscar’s sister, Sybil, learns of the robbery and decides to take the blame in an effort to protect Sybil’s family honor. Hal saves Oscar from being murdered by Victor, settles his debts, and eventually wins back Sybil’s affections.

Release Date: June 7, 1925 (USA)
Running Time: 50 minutes

Carole Lombard and Buck Jones.
A still from Hearts and Spurs.