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The Return of Draw Egan

1916

Bandit Draw Egan (William S. Hart) goes into the city of Yellow Dog where he's mistaken for a good man. A society man offers him the job as Marshall. He eventually falls in love with a local woman (Margery Wilson) but soon a former foe (Robert McKim) arrives in town and threatens to blow his identity.


The Return of Draw Egan is a 1916 silent film western (genre) drama film film starring William S. Hart, Louise Glaum, Margery Wilson, Robert McKim (actor), and J. P. Lockney.
film director by William S. Hart and film producer by Thomas H. Ince for Kay-Bee Pictures and the New York Motion Picture Company, the screenplay was written by C. Gardner Sullivan.
According to modern sources, the assistant director was Cliff Smith (filmmaker) and the art director#In film was Robert Brunton.
One of the early five-reel feature length silent movies, The Return of Draw Egan was exhibited on October 1, 1916, at the Realto Theater in New York City.
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