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Film, Video Border vengeance

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  • Border vengeance


  • "Wes Channing's partner, the feckless Buck Littleton, loses his interest in their ranch to gambler Flash Denby. While Wes prevents the sheriff's deputies from seizing the ranch, Flash tries to trick Mary Sims into signing over rights to the mine owned by her grandfather, Rufe Sims. Wes arrives just in time to stop the swindle and thwart all of Flash's plans."--AFI Catalog.


  • Efrus, Sam, film producer
  • Webb, Harry S., film director
  • Sheldon, Forrest, screenwriter
  • Perrin, Jack, 1896-1967, actor
  • Hill, Josephine, 1899-1989, actor
  • Osborne, Bud, 1881-1964, actor
  • Darr, Vondell , 1919-2012, actor
  • Saxon, Hugh A., 1869-1945, actor
  • Thornley, William H., cinematographer
  • Aywon Film Corp., film distributor

Created / Published

  • United States : Aywon Film Corp., 1925.


  • -  Swindlers and swindling
  • -  Ranchers
  • -  Mines and mineral resources


  • Western films
  • Silent films
  • Feature films
  • Fiction films


  • -  Intertitles in English.
  • -  Jack Perrin, Josephine Hill, Bud Osborne, Vondell Darr, Hugh Saxon, Leonard Clapman, Minna Redman, Jack Richardson.
  • -  Photographer, William Thornley.
  • -  Sources used: AFI catalog, viewed online December 19, 2023.


  • 1 video file (digital) (approximately 47 min.) : si., b&w.

Source Collection

  • Rick Scheckman Collection (Library of Congress)

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2023600656

Online Format

  • image
  • video

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Chicago citation style:

Efrus, Sam, Film Producer, Harry S Webb, Forrest Sheldon, Jack Perrin, Josephine Hill, Bud Osborne, Vondell Darr, Hugh A Saxon, William H Thornley, and Film Distributor Aywon Film Corp. Border Vengeance. United States: Aywon Film Corp, 1925. Video.

APA citation style:

Efrus, S., Webb, H. S., Sheldon, F., Perrin, J., Hill, J., Osborne, B. [...] Aywon Film Corp, F. D. (1925) Border Vengeance. United States: Aywon Film Corp. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Efrus, Sam, Film Producer, et al. Border Vengeance. United States: Aywon Film Corp, 1925. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.