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Directed byVictor Schertzinger
Written byGeorge C. Duffy
Victor Schertzinger
Produced bySamuel Goldwyn
StarringMabel Normand
Cullen Landis
Edward Jobson
CinematographyGeorge Webber
Distributed byGoldwyn Distributing
Release date
  • January 1920 (1920-01)
Running time
50 minutes
CountryUnited States
English intertitles

Pinto is a 1920's American silent Western comedy film directed by Victor Schertzinger and starring Mabel Normand, Cullen Landis, and Edward Jobson.[1]


When Pinto reaches her eighteenth birthday, the five wealthy Arizonans who adopted her upon the death of her parents decide that ranch life will never make a lady of her. Their old friend Pop Audry, formerly of Arizona and now a member of New York society, agrees to provide Pinto with the necessary education. Accordingly, Pinto and her cowboy nursemaid Looey are dispatched to New York where they lose Audry's address. They are aided in locating the estate by Bob De Witt, a young neighbor. Audry's haughty wife objects to the cowgirl's presence and moves out of the house. Soon Pinto discovers that her detractor is carrying on an affair with another man and informs Pop Audry of his wife's deception during a Wild West show that Pinto has staged for Pop's friends. Pop decides to deed the house to his fortune-hunting wife and returns to Arizona with Pinto, who, still a cowgirl, is accompanied by Bob De Witt.



  1. ^ Parish & Pitts, p. 336


  • James Robert Parish & Michael R. Pitts. Film directors: a guide to their American films. Scarecrow Press, 1974.

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