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Some Liar
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Directed byHenry King
Written byJames Oliver Curwood (story)
Jules Furthman
StarringWilliam Russell
Eileen Percy
Heywood Mack
Production
company
Distributed byPathé Exchange
Release date
May 18, 1919
Running time
50 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguagesSilent
English intertitles

Some Liar is a 1919 American silent western comedy film directed by Henry King and starring William Russell, Eileen Percy and Heywood Mack.[1]

Storyline

Traveling salesman and teller of tall tales Robert Winchester McTabb arrives in Yellow Jacket, Arizona selling coffins and cradles with his motto that he "catches 'em coming and going." Celie Sterling believes McTabbs lies about his prowess and promises to buy a coffin if he will kill the man she wants to occupy it--Sheldon Lewis Kellard, who has papers which jeopardize her father's reputation. Celie refuses to comply with Kellard's desires in order to gain the papers. Meanwhile, High Spade McQueen is angered by McTabb and threatens to kill him. McTabb agrees to kill Kellard, although his cowardliness makes him stay close to Celie for protection. When McTabb buys two horses, he is accused of being a horse thief by a posse, until he proves his innocence. McTabb tells Celie he has killed Kellard, when McQueen has actually beaten him to it. Celie recognizes that McTabb is a liar, but she forgives him after he promises never to lie again.[2]

Cast

  • William Russell as Robert Winchester McTabb
  • Eileen Percy as Celie Sterling
  • Heywood Mack as Sheldon Lewis Kellard
  • J. Gordon Russell as High Spade McQueen
  • John Gough as Loco Ike / Octogenarian suitor

References

  1. ^ Guide to the Silent Years of American Cinema p.166
  2. ^ King, Henry (1919-05-18), Some Liar (Comedy, Western), William Russell, Eileen Percy, Heywood Mack, J. Gordon Russell, American Film Company, retrieved 2021-05-14

Bibliography

  • Donald W. McCaffrey & Christopher P. Jacobs. Guide to the Silent Years of American Cinema. Greenwood Publishing, 1999.

External links


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